2005 North Central Weed Science Society Proceedings

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Invasive Weeds

Limpograss Invasion in the Kissimmee River Floodplain. Brent A. Sellers, Univ. of Florida-IFAS, Ona. (36)

National Overview of Programs to Prevent and Control Invasive Plants. John Randall*, The Nature Conservency. (110)

Invasive Plants of the Upper Midwest. Kelly Kearns*, Bureau of Endangered Resources, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. (111)

Invasive Plants of the Lower Midwest. Tim Smith*, Missouri Dept. of Conservation. (112)

Invasive Plants: Working with the Horticulture Industry on Adopting Voluntary Codes of Conduct. Valerie Vartanian*, The Nature Conservency. (113)

Midwest Invasive Plant Network: A Collaborative Approach to Reducing the Threat of Invasive Plants at a Regional Scale. Kate Howe*, Midwest Invasive Plant Network. (114)

The Biology and Management of Sericea lespedeza. Bill Scott, Kansas State Weed Specialist. (174)

Canada Thistle: Aren't We There Yet? Jerry Doll, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. (175)

The Biology and Management of Garlic Mustard. Dave Borneman, Natural Area Preservation Manager, Ann Arbor, MI. (176)

Asian Bush Honeysuckles: Their History, Biology, Ecology, and Control. Ron Rathfon, Purdue University. (177)

Dodder (Cuscuta campestris) Control on Several Ornamental Plants. Shawn M. Hock* and Greg Wiecko, Univ. of Guam, Mangilao. (220)

Hill Mustard (Bunias orientalis): On the Move in Wisconsin. Jerry D. Doll, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. (221)

Canada Thistle Control with Aminopyralid. Robert G. Wilson*, University of Nebraska, Scottsbluff. (222)

Managing USA Rangeland Invasive Plants with Aminopyralid. R.A. Masters, V.F. Carrithers, M.B. Halstvedt, Dow AgroSciences, LLC, Indianapolis, IN C.A. Duncan, Weed Management Services, Helena, MT, J.M. DiTomaso, University of California, Davis. (223)


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