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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Biological control of invasive plants|
Scientists are studying chemical ecology regarding the biocontrol of weeds and discovering that biocontrol insects affect weed chemistry in very ...
|Drought Stress Changes Floral Scent and Reduces Pollinator Visitation|
Pollinators assist 80 percent of flowering plants in their reproduction, which accounts for much of the food ingested by humans and wildlife. Th ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||RMRS|
|Sagebrush Scent Identifies Species and Subspecies|
Big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) is the dominant plant species across much of the western United States and provides critical habitat and fo ...
|Resource Management and Use||2016||RMRS|
|The Bane of Weed Management: Secondary Invasions|
Weed management can result in unintentional secondary invasion: an increase in non-target exotics following efforts to suppress targeted invasiv ...
|Unwanted Side Effects of Roads Are Invasive Species|
Monitoring invasive plants is an important component of forest restoration