Herbicide Effectiveness on Invasive Plants in Wisconsin—2013

Author(s): Mark Renz

Based on research and field observations, this newly revised publication highlights the effectiveness of 35 herbicides on 32 different invasive plants commonly found in fields enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) in Wisconsin, all in a sturdy fold-out poster form for easy reference (4 pages; 2012).

Plants listed include: burdock, Canada goldenrod, Chinese lespedeza, common tansy, crown vetch, curly dock, dames rocket, field bindweed, garlic mustard, giant hogweed, giant ragweed, hawkweeds, hill mustard, Japanese hedge parsley, Japanese knotweed, knapweeds, multiflora rose, phragmites, poison hemlock, purple loosestrife, Queen Anne’s lace, reed canary grass, spurge (leafy and cypress), sweet clover (white and yellow), teasel (cutleaf and common), thistle (bull, Canada, marsh, musk, and plumeless), wild chervil, and wild parsnip.

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