Fall Herbicide Applications to Control Key Invasive Weeds

Fall Herbicide Applications to Control Key Invasive Weeds

Fall is an excellent time to control invasive weeds with Milestone. Late summer and fall rains in many areas of the Central Plains and the West will provide land managers with a good opportunity to extend their application season.

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Controlling Invasive Plants in Fall and Early Winter

Controlling Invasive Plants in Fall and Early Winter

Fall is an excellent time to control invasive weeds with herbicides. Late summer and fall rains provide land managers with a good opportunity to extend their application season. 

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Proper Application Timing Maximizes Invasive Plant Control with Milestone® Herbicide

Proper Application Timing Maximizes Invasive Plant Control with Milestone® Herbicide

Recommendations for treating Canada thistle, Russian knapweed, biennial thistles, and spotted and diffuse knapweed in the spring.

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Controlling Invasive Weeds in the Fall

Controlling Invasive Weeds in the Fall

Fall rain and cooler temperatures provide good conditions for extending the herbicide application season. The following species and many others can be effectively controlled in the fall. Follow the links for control recommendations for each species.

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Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program – A Tool for Private Land Conservation

Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program – A Tool for Private Land Conservation

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program is recognized as a leader in cooperative conservation. Established by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) 25 years ago, the Partners Program has worked with over 45,000 private landowners and restored or enhanced about 1.1 million wetland acres, 3.4 million upland acres and 9,700 miles of stream habitat nationwide. These conservation projects were possible through voluntary agreements with landowners and over 3,100 partnering organizations

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Rocky Mountain Front Weed Roundtable – A Model of Cooperation

Rocky Mountain Front Weed Roundtable – A Model of Cooperation

​The Rocky Mountain Front is one of the "last best places" to hunt, fish, watch wildlife, and raise livestock. It is also the place where you find ranchers laboring next to college students, hunters, anglers, hikers and public land managers under a common goal to help rid the Rocky Mountain Front of noxious weeds. 

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Partnerships Provide Solutions to Invasive Plant Management

Partnerships Provide Solutions to Invasive Plant Management

Weed Inventory Key to Measuring Program Success at Dinosaur National Monument in Utah - Located on the southeast flank of the Uinta Mountains, Dinosaur National Monument encompasses over 210,000 acres on the Colorado and Utah border.

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