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New Jersey Management Plans

Provides invasive species management plans for this State. For additional resources, see:

Biological Control of Plant Pests
New Jersey Department of Agriculture. Plant Industry.

New Jersey Strategic Management Plan for Invasive Species (2009; PDF | 4.5 MB)
New Jersey Invasive Species Council.
The Recommendations of the New Jersey Invasive Species Council to Governor Jon S. Corzine, pursuant to New Jersey Executive Order #97; final plan approved Aug 2009.

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