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Biological Control

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Japanese Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Biological Control Classical (nonnative introduction) Inundative Biocontrol (mass release predators) Conservation Biocontrol (actions promoting abundance of invasive species pest) View all slides | Contents

Herbicides

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Herbicides Foliar Cut surface Basal bark Injection Soil activated View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Slide 36

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Safety x x View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Deciduous Shrub --- Sedge component

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Chinese Silvergrass Japanese Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Deciduous Shrub --- Sedge component Tanasee Gap Area View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Slide 5

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Grassy Bald High Elevation (typically above 5000 feet) treeless areas Ecological Origin uncertain View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Slide 6

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Manipulated Grassy Bald Majority converted High Elevation Red Oak Forest View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Slide 7

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Pine-Oak/Heath View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Xeric Pine-Oak Heath

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Japanese Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Xeric Pine-Oak Heath View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Slide 9

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Rich Cove Forest View all slides | Contents of this slide Lecture Notes

Cynthia Huebner | People | SRS

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Microstegium vimineum (Japanese stiltgrass) in closed-canopy forests . Huebner, Cynthia D. 2010. Spread of an invasive grass in closed-canopy deciduous forests across local and regional environmental gradients . Huebner, Cynthia D.; Gottschalk, Kurt W.; Miller, Gary W.; Brose, Patrick H. 2010. Restoration of

Fernow Experimental Forest - Northern Research Station

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Appalachians include climate change, hemlock woolly adelgid, Japanese stiltgrass, and white-nose syndrome in bats. The Fernow staff is well-positioned to address current and future research needs in part because of the available long-term databases and that the mixed mesophytic forest has characteristics of

SFRA Chapter 3 (TERRA-3) - Human Influences on Forest Wildlife Habitat

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Winter creeper Euonmus fortunei Vine Cogongrass Imperata cylindrica Grass Japanese grass or stiltgrass Microstegium vimineum Grass Johnsongrass Sorghum halepense Grass Tall fescue Fescue elatior Grass Common teasel Dipsacus sylvestris Herb Crown vetch Coronilla varia Herb Garlic mustard Alliaria

Japanese Knotweed

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Japanese Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Japanese Knotweed Recommended control procedures: Manual: Pull entire root system or seedlings; very difficult to effectively control. Chemical: Cut stems and apply 25% glyphosate or a 25% triclopyr solution

Chinese Silvergrass

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Japanese Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Chinese Silvergrass Recommended control procedures: Thoroughly wet all leaves with one of the following herbicides in water with a surfactant (September or October with applications to regrowth): Imazapyr

Coltsfoot

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Coltsfoot Recommended control procedures: Mechanically pull but must ensure removal of all the roots, fragments will resprout. A glyphosate herbicide as a 2-percent solution (8 ounces per 3-gallon mix) plus non-ionic

Strategy

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Stiltgrass Garlic Mustard Coltsfoot Slide 55 Slide 56 Strategy Text and Images from Slide Strategy Develop a list of the worst invasive species based on extent of spread, potential rate of spread, ability to control, etc. Research which habitats the invasive species is invading Research appropriate control

Invaded forest — Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center

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(4000x3000) Large (768x576) Preview (400x300) Mini (200x150) Thumbnail (128x96) Tile (64x48) Icon (32x24)   Japanese stiltgrass (foreground), common periwinkle (center), and Oriental bittersweet (background) invading a forest Credits: Courtesy of the USDA Forest Service Based upon available information

Native Trees Naturally Fight Invasives in Some Eastern Forests — Eastern Forest Environmental Threat

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more in CompassLive... Pictured: Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) spreads along a forest trail. Researchers found evidence of biotic resistance to establishment and dominance of invasive plants in some forests of the East. Photo by Stephanie Worley Firley, U.S. Forest Service.   Document

Native Trees Naturally Fight Invasives in Some Eastern Forests — Eastern Forest Environmental Threat

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species are key factors for invasion resistance. Researchers also reported that greater evidence of invasion resistance emerged in patterns seen in some forests of the Upper Midwest and in and around the Appalachian Mountains. Read more in CompassLive... Pictured: Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium

Invaded forest — Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center

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(4000x3000) Large (768x576) Preview (400x300) Mini (200x150) Thumbnail (128x96) Tile (64x48) Icon (32x24)   Japanese stiltgrass (foreground), common periwinkle (center), and Oriental bittersweet (background) invading a forest Credits: Courtesy of the USDA Forest Service Based upon available information


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