2008 North Central Weed Science
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Invasive Weeds, Forage and Rangeland

The Effects of Past Land Use on Current Invasive Plant and Native Tree Species Richness and Diversity in Ohio Forests. Stephanie K. Smith*, Kathleen S. Knight, Todd F. Hutchinson and Neil H. Sullivan, US Forest Service Northern Research Station, Delaware, OH; Miami University, Oxford, OH. 71

Native and Invasive Plants in the Seedling Layer of Forests Affected by Emerald Ash Borer. Wendy Klooster*, Catherine Herms, Kathleen Knight, Kamal Gandhi, Annemarie Smith, Daniel Herms and John Cardina, The Ohio State University; USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry. 72

Evaluation of Garlic Mustard Control with Spring and Fall Herbicide Application. Vijaikumar Pandian* and Mark J. Renz, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension, Green Bay; University of Wisconsin, Madison. 73

Saltcedar Control Using Foliar and Basal Bark Treatments. Walter H. Fick* and Wayne A. Geyer, Kansas State University, Manhattan. 74

A Comparison of the Effects of Imazapyr and Glyphosate Singly and in Combination on Reed Canarygrass. Stuart Orr*, The Nature Conservancy, Indiana Chapter. (75)

Does Removal of Gypsophila paniculata (Baby's Breath) from Lake Michigan Sand Dunes Restore Native Community Structure and Ecosystem Function? Sarah Emery, Patrick Doran*, John Legge, Matt Kleitch and Ken Hyde, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY; The Nature Conservancy, Lansing, MI; Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Empire, MI. (76)

Hyperspectral Signatures of Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculata): An Invasive Plant in Michigan’s Coastal Dunes. David P. Lusch, Robert Goodwin and Patrick J. Doran*, Remote Sensing & GIS Research and Outreach Services, Michigan State University; The Nature Conservancy in Michigan. (77)

Population Variation in the Allelopathic and Competitive Effects of Lonicera maackii on the Native Annual, Pilea pumila. Dan M. Romanek* and Don Cipollini, Wright State University, Dayton, OH. 78

Clonal Diversity and Hybridization Dynamics of Invasive Cattail Stands in the Great Lakes Region of North America. S.E. Travis, J.E. Marburger* and S.K. Windels, University of New England, Biddeford, ME; Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Porter; Voyageurs National Park, International Falls, MN. (79)

Host Specificity and Distribution of a Powdery Mildew Fungus Attacking Garlic Mustard in Southwestern Ohio. Victoria Ciola* and Don Cipollini, Wright State University, Dayton, OH. 80

How Novel are the Chemical Weapons of Garlic Mustard in North America? Don Cipollini*, Stephanie Enright and E. Kathryn Barto, Wright State University, Dayton, OH. 198

Wild Parsnip and Wild Carrot Management with Fall and Spring Herbicide Applications of Aminopyralid Containing Herbicides. Byron Sleugh*, Mark Renz and Mary Halstevedt, Dow AgroSciences, West Des Moines, IA; University of Wisconsin, Madison; Dow AgroSciences, Billings, MT. 199

Basal Treatment of Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus Altissima) with Triclopyr and Imazapyr. Lisa Herber*, JFNew, Indianapolis, IN. (200)

Technical Introduction of DuPont's New Vegetation Management Herbicide Aminocyclopyrachlor. Ronnie G. Turner*, Jon S. Claus, Mark J. Holliday and Edison Hidalgo, DuPont Crop Protection, Memphis, TN. 201

Biology Review of Aminocyclopyrachlor. Susan K. Rick*, Ronnie G. Turner and Jeff H. Meredith, DuPont Crop Protection, Memphis, TN. 202

Aminocyclopyrachlor for Invasive Weed Management and Restoration Grass Safety in the Central Great Plains. Philip Westra*, Scott Nissen, Todd Gaines, Bekir Bekun, Brad Lindenmayer and Dale Shaner. Colorado State University and USDA/ARS, Fort Collins. 203

Assessment of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Mid-Management Options for Suppression of Smooth Brome. Marie L. Schmidt*, Richard T. Proost and Mark J. Renz, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 204

Aminopyralid Plus Triclopyr Efficacy on Problematic Vegetation in Rights-of-Way Sites. David E. Hillger*, Vanelle F. Peterson, William N. Kline and Pat Burch, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN. 205

High Volume Foliar Herbicide Treatments for Late Season Asian Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder) Control. Ron Rathfon*, Purdue University, Dubois, IN. 206

Timed Foliar Treatment of Glyphosate on Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera Maackii). Lisa Herber*, JFNew, Indianapolis, IN. (207)

Predicting Patterns of Spread of Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum). Angie Shelton*, Dan Johnson, Luke Flory, Keith Clay and Burney Fischer, Indiana University, Bloomington. (208)

Restoration of Savanna and Fen Remnants in Jackson County, MI: An Example of an Effective Research/Management Partnership. Douglas R. Pearsall*, Douglas A. Landis, Anna K. Fiedler, Patrick J. Doran and Steven S. Woods, The Nature Conservancy, Lansing, MI; Michigan State University, East Lansing. (209)

Invasive Plants in Forests Infested by Emerald Ash Borer: How Scientists and Managers Worked Together to Design a Useful Research Program. Kathleen S. Knight*, John Cardina, Catherine P. Herms, Kamal J.K. Gandhi, Annemarie Smith, Robert P. Long and Daniel A. Herms, US Forest Service Northern Research Station, Delaware, OH; The Ohio State University, Wooster; Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry, Columbus. 210

Effect of Removal of Dame's Rocket (Hesperis matronalis) on Forest Understory Vegetation in NW Indiana. Noel B. Pavlovic*, Stacey Leicht-Young, Krystalyn Frohnapple and Ralph Grundel, U.S. Geological Survey, Porter, IN. 211

A biological control program for common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) in Canada and the United States. Alec McClay, Monika Chandler, André Gassmann, Vera Wolf, andJohn Gaskin, McClay Ecoscience, Alberta, Canada; Minnesota Dept of Agriculture, Saint Paul, MN; CABI Europe, Switzerland; CABI and University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany; USDA-ARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory, Sidney, MT. Supplement 1

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