Undesirable or invasive woody vegetation threatens the biology and ecology of grasslands and native woodlands. This article describes various techniques for applying selective herbicides to improve success of woody plant control.Read More
Autumn olive is an invasive woody shrub or small tree that grows to about 20 feet in height. The plant is commonly found invading open and early-successional woodlands, abandoned agricultural fields, and edges of streams and rivers.Read More
Undesirable or invasive woody vegetation threatens the biology and ecology of prairie grasslands and native woodlands. Removing invading woody species can be accomplished year-long, with fall, winter and early spring herbicide applications, extending your vegetation management efforts.