Herbicide Incision Point Injection for Woody Plant Control Saves Time and Resources

Herbicide Incision Point Injection for Woody Plant Control Saves Time and Resources

Studies were initiated by the University of Hawai’i Cooperative Extension Service Invasive Weed Management Program to find a method to improve individual plant herbicide application techniques and determine efficacy of various herbicides applied as undiluted formulations.

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Protecting Paradise Through Partnerships

Protecting Paradise Through Partnerships

The National Park Service join forces with the Maui Invasive Species Committee, and other private, county, state and federal partners in 2001 to improve coordination, increase funding, and develop a comprehensive program to contain and control miconia on Maui.

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Successful Habitat Restoration at Eastern Island, Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

Successful Habitat Restoration at Eastern Island, Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

 Midway Atoll is an amazing group of islands supporting and abundance of wildlife, but unfortunately humans have disturbed this fragile ecosystem. The US Fish and Wildlife Service is tasked with enhancing the quality of habitat on the Atoll for nesting seabird species as well as other biological resources. A large part of the restoration efforts include controlling invasive plants and replanting specific areas with native or desirable vegetation.

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