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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Restoring Wisconsin’s Pine Barren Landscape

Restoring Wisconsin’s  Pine Barren Landscape

Actions taken to reestablish the pine barrens ecosystem–timber harvest, mechanical site treatment, and prescribed burning–can increase the risk of spreading invasive plants to non-infested sites. Mitigating these risks is a key component of the Northwest Sands Pine Barren Restoration Project in western Wisconsin.

 

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