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Invasive Plant Science and Management - Oct-Dec 2013 (Vol 6, No. 4)

USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

Issue articles include:

Comparing Effectiveness and Impacts of Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii) Control Treatments and Herbivory on Plant Communities
Hand Pulling Following Mowing and Herbicide Treatments Increases Control of Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe)
Integration of Prescribed Burning, Aminopyralid, and Reseeding for Restoration of Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis)-Infested Rangeland
Assessing Invasiveness of Exotic Weeds outside their Current Invasive Range
-- and more...

Note: Article abstracts are available to everyone. Full-text articles may require a subscription (USDA access through DigiTop).

* See our Scientific Journals page to view the first 5 abstracts or all abstracts, and additional resources. And, also see our Scientific Journal Articles section for more resources.

 
Post Date: Jan 14, 2014


Invasive Plant Science and Management - Apr-Jun 2013 (Vol 6, No. 2)

Articles include:

The Effect of Biochar on Native and Invasive Prairie Plant Species
Passive Reestablishment of Riparian Vegetation Following Removal of Invasive Knotweed (Polygonum)
Use of a Native Matrix Species to Facilitate Understory Restoration in an Overbrowsed, Invaded Woodland
Invasive Pine Tree Effects on Northern Coastal Scrub Structure and Composition
-- and more...

Note: Article abstracts are available to everyone. Full-text articles may require a subscription (USDA access through DigiTop).

* See our Scientific Journals page to view the first 5 abstracts or all abstracts, and additional resources. And, also see our Scientific Journal Articles section for more resources.

 
Post Date: Jun 06, 2013


University of Florida. Cooperative Extension.

Many Florida residents find unknown plants growing in their yard, unknown bugs in their houses or gardens, and apparent diseases on what were previously healthy plants. But Florida residents may not know what resources are available to identify these disease, plant, and pest organisms.

* See our Resource Library - Identification Resources section for more information and additional resources.

 
Post Date: May 28, 2013