2006 North Central Weed Science
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Invasive Weeds and Management

The Role of Hybridization in Cattail Invasions of Freshwater Wetlands of Great Lakes Network Parks. Joy Marburger*, Great Lakes Research and Education Center, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore National Park Service, Porter, IN. (6)

Variation in Soil Biofeedback Associated with Microstegium Vimineum. Jeremy R. Klass* and Scott J. Meiners, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL. (7)

Weeds in Your Woods: Educating Farmers About Inasive Woodland Species. Gigi La Budde* WEEB, Community Forestry Resource Center, Spring Green, WI. (8)

First Year Efficacy Results for Escort, Habitat, and Journey on Common Tansy (Tanacetum Vulgare). Craig Ramsey*, USDA-APHIS-PPQ-CPHST, National Weed Management Lab, Fort Collins, CO. (9)

Native and Exotic Species Exhibit Similar Population Dynamics in Secondary Succession. Scott J. Meiners*, Jeremy R. Klass and Timothy A. Rye, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL. (10)

Benefits of a Multidisciplinary Risk Analysis Approach. Mark Tucker*, Purdue University , Doug Doohan and Jeff LeJeune, OARDC/Ohio State University, Wooster, OH. (11)

Invasive Management Strategies at Peninsula State Park. Kathleen Harris*, Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek, WI. (12)

Partnerships for Prevention: An Early Detection and Rapid Response Network to Limit the Spread of New Invasive Exotic Species in the Chicago Wilderness Region. Debbie A. Maurer*, Lake County Forest Preserves, Grayslake, IL, Karen L. Billo, The Nature Conservancy, Peoria, IL, and Ed DeWalt, Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign IL. (13)

Survival of Creeping Bentgrass and Kentucky Bluegrass on Defunct Golf Courses. John C. Stier*, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, John N. Rogers, III, Tim VanLoo, and Alex Kowalewski, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. (14)

Biological Control of Invasive Plants in Minnesota. Monika A. Chandler* and Luke C. Skinner, Minnesota Departments of Agriculture and Natural Resources, St. Paul, MN. (15)

Impacts of the Invasive Annual Grass Microstegium Vimineum (Japanese Stiltgrass) on Native Trees and Herbaceous Species: Some Preliminary Results.  S. Luke Flory*, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. (16)

The Role of Weed Management on a Multi-Parcel Prairie Restoration Site Within an Urban Setting. Heidi Zajack, Melanie Oetzman, and Brian John Brezinski*, River Country Resource Conservation and Development Council (RC&D), Inc., Altoona, WI. (17)

New Invasive Plants Reporting and Prevention Project. Kelly Kearns* and David Eagan, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. (18)

Emergence and Control of Poison Hemlock (Conium maculatum L.). Carl A. Woodard* and Reid J. Smeda, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. (184)

Tillage and Plant Growth Regulator Pretreatments Enhance Reed Canarygrass Control with Sethoxydim. Craig A. Annen*, Michler & Brown, LLC, Belleville, WI. (185)

Biology and Management of Cut-Leaved Teasel. Diego J. Bentivegna* and Reid J. Smeda. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. (186)

Construction of a Non-Native Invasive Species Database for Eleven Southern Illinois Counties. Jason R. Inczauskis*, Molly S. Hacker, Lorretta Battaglia, and David Gibson, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL. (187)

Mapping the Extent of Invasive Plant Species on Wisconsin State Forest Land. Sarah K. Herrick*, Invasive Plant Survey Coordinator, WDNR, Division of Forestry, Madison, WI. (188)

Application Timing of Twenty Herbicide and Oil Carrier Combinations Applied to Two Sizes of Amur Honeysuckle. Ron Rathfon*, Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Dubois, IN. (189)

Long Term Leafy Spurge Management in an Oak Savana Setting. Jerry D. Doll*, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, and Kim Mello, Department of Defense, Ft. McCoy, Sparta, WI. (190)

Effectiveness of Management Techniques for Microstegium Vimineum (Japanese Stiltgrass) Invasions and Their Impacts on Native Species Diversity and Abundance.    S. Luke Flory*, Department Of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. (191) 

Managing Invasive Plant Species in Wetlands. Nicole Kalkbrenner* and Brian Majka, JFNew, Madison, WI. (192)

Purple Loosestrife Control with Herbicides: Multi-Year Applications. Stevan Z Knezevic*, University of Nebraska, Concord, NE. (193)

Canada Thistle Control in USA Rangeland and Pastures with Aminopyralid. Byron B. Sleugh*, Robert A. Masters, Vanelle F. Carrithers, and Pat L. Burch, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN. (194)

Tebuthiuron:  A Tool for Tallgrass Prairie Restoration in Nebraska.  Robert A. Masters* and Byron B. Sleugh, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN, and Walt H. Schacht and Christopher Kopp, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. NE. (195)

Hedge Parsley: Sharing Ideas, Looking for Answers. Anne M. Helsley* and Daniel J. Wallace, DNR Land Stewardship Volunteers and Brooklyn Wildlife Area Segment Manager, Dane County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail, Madison, WI. (196)

Assessing the Impacts of Biological Control on Spotted Knapweed, Centaurea Biebersteinii DC., in Minnesota. Natasha Northrop* and Anthony Cortilet, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, St. Paul, MN. (197)

Field and Common Garden Ecological and Morphological Character Comparisons for Oriental Bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) and American Bittersweet (C. scandens). Stacey A. Leicht-Young*, Noel B. Pavlovic, John A. Silander, and Ralph Grundel, U. S. Geological Survey, Porter, IN. (198)

The Distribution of Exotic Plants in Three Great Lakes National Parks. Noel B. Pavlovic*, Stacey Leicht Young, and Ralph Grundel, U.S. Geological Survey, Porter, IN. (199)

Multi-Pronged Strategy for the Development of Biological Control for Common Tansy, Tanacetum vulgareL. Monika Chandler* and Alec McClay, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, St. Paul, MN and McClay Ecoscience, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada. (200)

Invasive Species Control Encompassing Various Aspects of Restoration - Urban to Rural. Steve Barker*, JFNew, Walkerton, IN. (201)

Invasive Weeds: Threat to the Biodiversity of North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Pakistan. Ikramullah Khan*, Lecturer Department of Weed Science, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Pakistan. (202)

Midwest Natural Resources Group Action Plan for Terrestrial Invasive Species in the Great Lakes Basin. Carmen Chapin, National Park Service, Ashland, WI. (I2)

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