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Biological Control Invasive Plants (BCIP)

BCIP Funded Proposals
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014  

2012 BCIP Funded Proposals

2012 BCIP Funded Proposals Summary (140 KB PDF)
Title Investigator Affiliation Fund
Biological control of garlic mustard:  host specificity of a seed-feeding weevil, Ceutorhynchus constictus
Proposal | Progress Report
Becker

Dept. Agronomy and Plant Genetics Univ. of Minnesota St. Paul, MN

$75,000
Using Mogulones borraginis, a potential biocontrol agent for houndstongue, to develop host-specificity testing methods based on olfactory and visual host selection behavior
Proposal
Park

Univ. of Idaho
Moscow, ID

$115,000
Collecting, redistributing, monitoring populations and estimating impacts of the rush skeletonweed root moth, Bradyrrhoa gilveolella
Proposal | Progress Report
Littlefield

Dept. of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences
Montana State Univ.
Bozeman, MT

$67,000
Preliminary evaluation of Pyricularia grisea as a potential biocontrol for invasive bufflegrass in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona
Proposal | Final Report
Meyer

U.S. Forest Service RMRS
Provo, Utah

$38,000
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Email: rreardon@fs.fed.us

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