BLM and Partners Restore Southeastern New Mexico

BLM and Partners Restore Southeastern New Mexico

The restoration project in southeastern New Mexico encompasses about 6.5 million acres of rangeland in a four-county area. Herbicide application, mechanical removal, biological control, prescribed fire, and reseeding have been implemented to restore about 1.5 million acres.

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Saltcedar and Russian Olive Management

Saltcedar and Russian Olive Management

Saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima, T. pentandra, T. chinensis, and T. parviflora) and Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia L.) are rapid growing, non-native deciduous trees that were introduced into the United States for erosion control (saltcedar), windbreaks (Russian olive) or as ornamental plantings.

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UPDATED! Invasive Plant Management with Milestone® and Other Herbicides (Guide for Natural Area Managers)

UPDATED! Invasive Plant Management with Milestone® and Other Herbicides (Guide for Natural Area Managers)

Technical information about herbicides, recommendations and rates for key species, native forb tolerance, herbicide use around woody species, revegetation guidelines, calibration guidelines, answers to frequency asked questions, and more.

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