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Here's a quick overview of the treatments ISN has found most successful for controlling knotweeds: Milestone (aminopyralid) Faster kill (~3 years), more off-target effects Standard rate (3-7 oz/acre; 0.01%) Using nonionic surfactant (standard rate) Late spring (3-4 ft high) or late summer (at least 60 days before frost) When treating in late summer, it is helpful to do a cut of the plants a month or so in advance ONLY IF safe disposal of the stems is possible At some sites, repeat treatments (spring & summer) may b
Hello all, curious if anyone has dealt with Hedge parsley. This has been a "new find" in our area that may have always been here and we didn't realize what it was. I am curious if anyone does treatment for this plant and what advise you have for it. I am quite certain it is hedge parsley and not cow parsley, as it is in flower right now and that seems to be the biggest identifying factor. Thanks!
Learn about the effects of invasive Phragmites on recreation and the ecosystem of Saginaw Bay from the deck of a charter fishing boat. Local naturalists will explain the issues caused by invasive Phragmites and showcase areas where treatment has effectively Killed the Majority of the infestation. These free tours last approximately ½ hour and are family-friendly. Each day will focus on a different treatment area. Friday , SEPT. 29 8 am-5 pm Hampton Township treatment site Tours leaving every ½ hour from the Finn Road Boat Launch 2300 N Finn Rd Essexville, M