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Innovative Organic Weed Control

This webinar will explore the use of “air-propelled abrasive grit” (crushed walnuts, corncobs, olive pits, pelletized organic fertilizers, etc.) for selective weed control.  This innovative method has the potential to add a non-tillage weed management o

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2/5/18
NECSC-Implications of Climate Change for Invasive Species

Invasive species and climate change are two of the most prominent forms of anthropogenic global change identified by the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.  These two global changes are likely to interact in a number of ways.

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11/15/17
Drought and Invasive Species

Drought creates the potential for invasive plant species to increase in diversity and abundance in a variety of ecosystems, often mediated by the occurrence of disturbances (wildfire, insect outbreaks).  Because the frequency and magnitude of droughts w

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10/4/17
Habitat Planning for Beneficial Insects: Guidelines for Conservation Biological Control

The purpose of these guidelines is to provide recommendations to farmers, conservation districts, USDA Natural Resources Service (NRCS) field office staff, and other agricultural professionals, when designing and installing habitat features for benefici

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8/30/17
PRE Pairing for Success: Emerging Invasives, Contentious Cultivars, and Common Ground

Meet the science-based, horticultural plant risk analysis tool that is good for business and the environment.

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7/9/17
Public Gardens as Sensible Beacons of Plant Invasion

Invasive plant species can grow in natural areas even as they are commercially available throughout that region.

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9/24/16
Invasive Plant Species Voluntary Codes of Conduct for Botanic Gardens & Arboreta

This document provides a voluntary code of conduct regarding the management of invasive plant species.

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11/30/15
Invaders: Citizen Scientists Help Combat Invasive Plants

A changing climate may create conditions such as more precipitation or drought that help invasive plants spread and outcompete native plants. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is enlisting volunteers in the campaign against invasives.

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10/27/15