A Management Guide for Invasive Plants in Southern Forests
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Sep 20, 2011 12:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)
- Jim Miller - USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Auburn University, AL
- Stephen Enloe - Department of Agronomy and Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Auburn University, AL
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Nonnative plants continue to invade and spread through forests in the South. These infestations increasingly erode forest productivity, hinder forest use and management activities, and degrade diversity, habitat, and our recreational experiences. Managers, landowners, and homeowners need to have the latest information on how to prevent entry to their lands, build strategies with neighbors, implement integrated procedures for control, and proceed toward site rehabilitation.
We will introduce you to a new book that we co-authored, which is available free from the Southern Research Station, entitled “A Management Guide for Invasive Plants in Southern Forests” (General Technical Report SRS-131). We will provide an overview of how these actions fit together and the latest control methods. The guide provides detailed control prescriptions for 56 prevalent invasive plants and groups for your reference.
Free copies of "A Management Guide for Invasive Plants in Southern Forests" (General Technical Report SRS-131) can be requested at email@example.com or by calling 828-257-4830.