Source: California Invasive Plant Council
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Weed Control in Natural Areas in the Western United States
2013 by UC Davis Weed Research and Information Center
544 pages, $37 (plus tax and shipping)
We ship only within the United States. For orders to Canada, please contact the Western Society of Weed Science. For orders to other countries, please contact the UC Davis Weed Research and Information Center, email@example.com.
Weed Control in Natural Areas in the Western United States is the first comprehensive book to focus on control options for invasive plants in natural areas. Fifteen authors, led by Dr. Joe DiTomaso of UC Davis, compiled information on control methods for 340 species in 13 western states, covering rangelands, grasslands, pastures, riparian and aquatic areas. Each species account includes chemical, mechanical, biological and cultural control options, based on literature and the personal experience of the authors.
The goal of the authors is to provide as many options as possible for an Integrated Pest Management approach. The book also includes information on the range of control techniques and equipment used in natural areas, as well as safety and environmental considerations, herbicide characteristics, rainfast periods and grazing and haying restrictions for terrestrial herbicides, a list of species with biological control agents either available or under development, and conversion tables.
This book will be an excellent resource for any land manager confronting invasive plants.
- Joseph M. DiTomaso, University of California, Davis
- Guy B. Kyser, University of California, Davis
- Scott R. Oneto, UC Cooperative Extension, Jackson
- Rob G. Wilson, UC Cooperative Extension, Tulelake
- Steve B. Orloff, UC Cooperative Extension, Yreka
- Lars W. Anderson, USDA-ARS, University of California, Davis
- Steven D. Wright, UC Cooperative Extension, Tulare
- John A. Roncoroni, UC Cooperative Extension, Napa
- Timothy L. Miller, Washington State University, Mount Vernon, WA
- Timothy S. Prather, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
- Corey Ransom, Utah State University, Logan, UT
- K. George Beck, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO
- Celestine Duncan, Weed Management Services, Helena, MT
- Katherine A. Wilson, UC Cooperative Extension, Tulare
- J. Jeremiah Mann, Agronomist, Yuba City
Errata: Hemizonia parryi (=Centramedia parryi)(pg. 205) was mistakenly included in the book. It is a rare native plant in California. This species will be removed from future editions.
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