When seen through the lens of “restoring land,” considerations about herbicide choices take a different perspective. A targeted approach that controls weeds but preserves desirable vegetation creates a healthier landscape, which also enhances natural
Tall buttercup is an introduced perennial forb that is widespread throughout much of North America that forms a toxic substance, protoanemonin, when grazed or damaged. Learn more about identification and management of tall buttercup.
Review how to distinguish between non-native and native buckthorn so that management efforts can be targeted appropriately.
Read how one applicator in Helena, Montana uses drones for herbicide application, including tips and advice, application results and benefits of drone technology.
Read about the results of the combination of prescribed burning, application of Milestone® herbicide, and reseeding of native broadleaf and grass species on both yellow starthistle control and native plant restoration over a three-year period.