Identification and Management of Absinth Wormwood

Identification and Management of Absinth Wormwood

Absinth wormwood (Artemisia absinthium L.) is a perennial broadleaf plant introduced as an ornamental into North America from Europe in 1841. The plant escaped cultivation and is now widely distributed in the U.S. and Canada. This article describes the biology, ecology, identification, and management of absinth wormwood in natural areas.

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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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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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Effect of Milestone® on Canada Thistle and the Native Plant Community in a Restored Tallgrass Prairie

Effect of Milestone® on Canada Thistle and the Native Plant Community in a Restored Tallgrass Prairie

Native tallgrass prairies are diverse ecosystems that evolved with periodic disturbances such as fire and grazing pressure and are dominated by species that include big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman), Indiangrass [Sorghastrum nutans(L.) Nash], and switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.).

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Overcoming Challenges to Restore Native Tallgrass Prairie

Overcoming Challenges to Restore Native Tallgrass Prairie

University and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Partner to Find Solutions - The Kufrin Waterfowl Production Area (WPA) is the heart of some of the best remaining waterfowl habitat in Minnesota.

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