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IssueContents
Fall 2013 Vol. 21 No. 3
-Controlling mayweed helps terns
-Successful Spanish broom control
-Staying "on label" in tidal waters
-PlantRight rolls out nursery program
-Tracking eradication progress
-Grazing as a management tool
Spring 2013 Vol. 21 No. 2
-Taking to the air
-2013 Symposium at Lake Arrowhead
-Central Sierra eradication project
-New online Inventory
-Student Chapter at Santa Rosa Plateau
-Mendocino stops stinkwort
Winter 2013 Vol. 20 No. 4 and Vol. 21 No. 1
-Special concerns near aquatic habitats
-Symposium photos!
-Victorian box spreading
-New videos and BMP Manual
-Spongeplant treatment to begin
Summer 2012 Vol. 20 No. 3
-Bentgrass clogs wetlands
-Symposium in Sonoma County
-New management guidebook
-Got NPDES permits?
Spring 2012 Vol. 20 No. 2 (1.5 MB)
-The butterfly effect
-An ounce of prevention
-Stinkwort (Dittrichia graveolens)
-2012 Symposium information
-Jepson Manual taxonomy changes
Winter 2012 Vol. 20 No. 1 (1.2 MB)
-Cal-IPC mapping
-Interview with Ann Howald
-Preventing the spread of cheatgrass
-Environmental education & invasives
-Cal-IPC Student Chapter activities
Fall 2011 Vol. 19 No. 3 (1.9 MB)
-Perennial pepperweed decision guide
-Long-term broom management
-2011 Symposium in photos
-Invasive plants in nurseries
-Interview with Mike Kelly
Summer 2011 Vol. 19 No. 2 (1.6 MB)
-Invasive plants in the Sierra Nevada
-Interview with the Archbalds
-Pesticide risk comparision
-20th Annual Symposium
-Cape-Ivy biocontrols update
Spring 2011 Vol. 19 No. 1 (1.9 MB)
-South American spongeplant
-John Randall, Cal-IPC's first president
-Arundo maps and impacts report
-20th Annual Symposium
-Hybrid Spartina Forum
Winter 2011 Vol. 18 No. 4 (1.8 MB)
-WHIPPET prioritization tool
-Interview with Carla Bossard
-Invasive Euphorbias
-Small smutgrass
Fall 2010 Vol. 18 No. 3 (1.6 MB)
-Map the Spread!
-2010 Symposium in photos
-Call for Capeweeds (Arctotheca)
-Perennial pepperweed control
-California Native Plant Week
Summer 2010 Vol. 18 No. 2 (1.7 MB)
-Preventing weed spread in National Parks
-Nevada County Broom Bash
-Understanding aquatic pesticide permits
-Arresting arundo
Spring 2010 Vol. 18 No. 1 (1 MB)
-Is arundo really a water hog?
-A customized weed worker toolbelt
-Join us in Ventura!
-Updates on advocacy
Winter 2010 Vol. 17 No. 4 (1.4 MB)
-Watch out for these Red Alert weeds
-Early detection protocol from NPS
-California Field Botanist Association
-The "green economy" and invasive species
Fall 2009 Vol. 17 No. 3 (2.3 MB)
-State forms Invasive Species Council
-News from the 2009 Symposium
-Chico horticulture students help local park
-A new invasive raspberry?
-Invasive plant conference in South Africa
Summer 2009 Vol. 17 No. 2 (1.8 MB)
-Getting a handle on creeping water primrose
-Custom van improves herbicide mixing
-Student Chapter expands
-Bay Area Early Detection Network kicks off
-100-mile Run for the Wildlands
Spring 2009 Vol. 17 No. 1 (1.6 MB)
-Ergonomics for weed workers
-The state bond funding freeze and weed work
-The cost of weeds to California
-Symposium 2009
-Greetings from the Low Desert WMA
-Fish and Game works on invasives
Winter 2009 Vol. 16 No. 4 (1.4 MB)
-High-priority research needs for weeds
-Stopping yellow starthistle in the Sierras
-News from the Student Chapter
-Volunteers along San Francisco Bay
-2009 Field Course Schedule
Fall 2008 Vol. 16 No. 3 (1.8 MB)
-Risk assessment for California weeds
-Weed workers return to Chico
-Alerts on new weeds
-Student Paper and Poster contest winners
Summer 2008 Vol. 16 No. 2 (1.8 MB)
-Chinese tallow: The next invader?
-Symposium returns to Chico
-Australian weed expert visits California
-Assessing aquatic pathways
Spring 2008 Vol. 16 No. 1 (1.5 MB)
-Bend-and-spray for arundo control
-Funding for the future
-Evaluating herbicide treatment of wild fig
-Get ready for the 2008 Symposium!
-How you can impact policy
Winter 2008 Vol. 15 No. 4 (1.0 MB)
-Biocontrol 101
-Phragmites in California
-Weed Alert! Carrichtera annua
-Cal-IPC student chapter forms at UCR
-Shredding water hyacinth
Fall 2007 Vol. 15 No. 3 (2.8 MB)
-Ravennagrass
-Symposium in San Diego
-International weed conference in Australia
-Human dimension of weed work
-Weed funding outside the box
Spring/Summer 2007 Vol. 15 No. 1/2 (2.0 MB)
-Surveying palms in San Diego County
-Cal-IPC walks the halls of power
-Weeds and wildlife
-Inventory revisions
Winter 2007 Vol. 14 No. 4 (1.0 MB)
-Shasta County citizens take on weeds
-Dirty data methods for weed managers
-New "dip-and-clip" technique
-Predicting where weeds will spread
Fall 2006 Vol. 14 No. 3 (3.7 MB)
-Buffelgrass: A threat to California's desert
-15th Annual Cal-IPC Symposium report
-Does arundo produce seed in California?
-Speakers' Bureau ready for prime time
-2007 Cal-IPC field courses
Summer 2006 Vol. 14 No. 2
-Weed Alert - Japanese dodder
-Nursery group signs Codes of Conduct
-2006 Symposium in Sonoma County
-Weed Management Area funding renewed
Spring 2006 Vol. 14 No. 1
-Legislation to renew WMA funding
-A new treatment for Arundo
-Does glyphosate harm amphibians?
-Scientists' recommendations on ornamentals
Winter 2006 Vol. 13 No. 4
-Weed alerts!
-Cordgrass and clapper rails
-CDFA proposes "H" noxious weed rating
-CCC tackles Russian River arundo
-Invasive brochure in Spanish
Fall 2005 Vol. 13 No. 3
-Invasive species in National Parks
-Reports from events around California
-2005 Symposium biggest ever
-2nd annual photo contest winners
Summer 2005 Vol. 13 No. 2
-Nursery partnership
-High schoolers tackle carnation spurge
-Sesbania control on Dry Creek
-Weed research at UC Riverside
-2005 Symposium information
Spring 2005 Vol. 13 No. 1
-Which weeds dominate southern California riparian systems?
-Tools: basal bark treatment, broom lopping results
-Japanese knotweed Red Alert!
-Oakland discusses herbicides
Fall 2004/Winter 2005 Vol. 12 Nos. 3-4
-Pampas grass and jubata grass
-Waipuna not? Steaming your weeds
-One man's fight against broom
-2004 Symposium photos
Summer 2004 Volume 12 No. 2
- Ventura: a little arundo
- Santa Cruz Island Restoration
- New yellow starthistle biocontrol
- Survey of college weed programs
- Eucalyptus impacts workshop
Spring 2004 Volume 12 No. 1
- The A-rated North
- New Tools: Flaming
- Bladder senna in Chico
- California Conservation Corps
Winter 2003 Volume 11 No. 4
- Beetles! New Tamarix biocontrol
- The cost of weeds
- Alert: Brachypodium sylvaticum
- Weeds on Capitol Hill
Fall 2003 Volume 11 No. 3
- Hybrid Invasion: Spartina in SF Bay
- Revising the Cal-IPC List
- 2003 Symposium photos
- Reports from Oregon and Hawaii
Summer 2003 Volume 11 No. 2
- The hunt for red sesbania
- Symposium 2003: Tahoe!
- Wildland weeds climb the Sierra
- Pampasgrass ads
Spring 2003 Volume 11 No. 1 (1.2 MB)
- Weed warning from downunder!
- Not just in the garden anymore: Oxalis pes-caprae
- Wal-Mart dumps pampas grass
- Teaching teachers about weeds
Winter 2002 Volume 10 number 4 (1.2 MB)
- Testing natural-based herbicides for roadside control
- Remote sensing of Arundo
-Hypericum canariense update
Fall 2002 Volume 10 number 3 (528 KB)
-Viewing invasive species removal in a whole-ecosystem context
-Weed-free forage
-Wildland weed news
-Symposium 2002
Spring/Summer 2002 Volume 10 number 1/2 (3.2 MB)
- Predicting Plant Invasion with Modeling
- Lassen County WMA Wins Award
- Legislative Updates
- Weeds in the News
Fall 2001/Winter 2002 Volume 9 Number 3/4 (1.2 MB)
- Symposiums & Transitions
- 2001 Red Alerts
- Hypericum Alert
- Keep It in the Garden
- Cape Ivy G
Spring 2001 Volume 9 Number 2 (1.2 MB)
- Workshop on Ecology and Mgmt. of Invasive Plants in SW Deserts
- Initial Broom Initiative
- Sierra Club Tamarisk Bash
- Viable Seed Production by Cape Ivy
- More on Italian Thistle
- Yellow Star Thistle Video
- Educational Materials
Winter 2001 Volume 9 Number 1 (3.5 MB)
- Cape ivy biocontrol
- Asparagus asparagoides
- Noxious weed listing
Fall 2000 Volume 8 Number 4 (5.6 MB)
- Salvinia molesta
- Noxious seaweed in Southern California
- Foreign exploration of Arundo donax
Spring/Summer 2000 Volume 8 Number 2-3 (1.9 MB)
- What next for CalEPPC?
- New wildland weed field manual
- Collecting and submitting plants for i.d.
- Drilling Ailanthus
- BLM uses heavy equipment
- $5 million for WMAs
Winter 2000 Volume 8 Number 1 (5.9 MB)
- Florida growers and invasive plants
- Exotic vs. native grasses as wildlife habitat
- Parentucellia viscosa invades wetlands
- Federally listed species vs. mustard
Summer/Fall 1999 Volume 7 Number 3&4 (742 KB)
- Ecology and Management of Alien Annual Plants in the California Desert
- Where the Wild Weeds Are: The Value of a Rapid Assessment of Invasive Weeds
- Cooperative Weed Management Areas
- The Role of Herbicides in Preserving Biodiversity
Spring 1999 Volume 7 Number 2 (603 KB)
- Roundup of Arundo Projects Reveals Commitment, Strategic Weakness
- Lassen County's First Weed Week
- Richmond Weed Abatement Ordinance
Winter 1999 Volume 7 Number 1
- Nitrate Immobilization and the Mycorrhizal Network
- 1999 Cal-IPC Symposium
- Biocontrol of Saltcedar Update
- Combating Biological Pollution
Fall 1998 Volume 6 Number 4 (1.2 MB)
- Results of Cal-IPC Questionnaire
- CalWeed Database
- Invasive New Zealand Weeds
- Symposium on Invasive Weeds
Summer 1998 Volume 6 Number 3 (589 KB)
- Distribution of Salsola soda in S.F. Bay
- Starr Ranch Sanctuary Artichoke Conference
- Extension Toxocology Network
Spring 1998 Volume 6 Number 2 (612 KB)
- Some Tips on Herbicide Tx of Cape Ivy
- Invasive Weeds Pose Major Threat to American Landscape
- Legendary Stewardship Award
Winter 1998 Volume 6 Number 1 (719 KB)
- Fort Ord Readies Troops for War-On-Weeds
- Cal-IPC Symposium '97 Synopsis
- Pampas Grass Research
Fall 1997 Volume 5 Number 4 (647 KB)
- Battling the Kudzu of the West
- The Weed From Hell Finds a Buyer
- A New Invasive Mustard in California
- The Bradley Method
Summer 1997 Volume 5 Number 3 (718 KB)
- Killing the Beast
- A New Threat to California Pines
- A Working Paper on Ailanthus
Spring 1997 Volume 5 Number 2 (765 KB)
- Pampasgrass RFP
- Natural Areas Conference in Portland
- Rx for Applying Herbicides to Tamarisk
Winter 1997 Volume 5 Number 1 (549 KB)
- Lessons from the Front
- Cal-IPC Symposium '97 in Bay Area
- Everlasting Sleeper
- Team Arundo del Norte
Summer/Fall 1996 Volume 4 Number 3 (499 KB)
- A French Broom Control
- 1996 Cal-IPC Election Results
- Salt Cedar Management Workshop
- Ehrharta erecta: Attack in the Making
Spring 1996 Volume 4 Number 2 (4.0 MB)
- Another Ehrharta?
- Exotic plant bibliography
- Parentucellia viscosa
Winter 1996 Volume 4 Number 1 (4.7 MB)
- Agroforestry and biodiversity
- Using fire on yellow starthistle
- Highways as dispersal corridors
- French broom seedbank depletion
Fall 1995 Volume 3 Number 4 (6.2 MB)
- Ailanthus altissima biology and history
- 1995 Symposium abstracts
- Partners in weed management
- Asilomar Accord
Summer 1995 Volume 3 Number 3 (1.3 MB)
- Wildlife and weeds
- Weed alert!
- Biological control
Spring 1995 Volume 3 Number 2 (2.0 MB)
- Carpobrotus edulis
- Working with volunteers
- Marin County policy
Winter 1995 Volume 3 Number 1 (1 MB)
- Lepidium latifolium
- Yellow bush lupine
- Lupine removal with heavy equipment
- Musings of a seed sack reader
- Effects of Arundo on water resources
Fall 1994 Volume 2 Number 4
- 1994 Symposium abstracts
- Regulatory "must-do" for herbicide applications
- Exotic pest plants of greatest ecological concern
Summer 1994 Volume 2 Number 3 (4.6 MB)
- Perennial pepperweed
- Charactistics of noxious weeds
- Slow-motion explosion
- Tamarisk in Baja California
- Preventing pampasgrass
Spring 1994 Volume 2 Number 2 (499 KB)
- Pampas eradication program, part 2
- Controlling Cortaderia by hand with volunteers
- Exotic removal programs around the state
Winter 1994 Volume 2 Number 1 (499 KB)
- New EPPCs forming
- Ecology and management of wild artichoke
- Controlling French broom
- German ivy engulfs riparian forests
Fall 1993 Volume 1 Number 4 (5.0 MB)
- 1993 Symposium
- Pampas grass eradication program
- Draft weed list
Summer 1993 Volume 1 Number 3 (499 KB)
- Control of exotic plants by herbaceous understory
- Working groups
Spring 1993 Volume 1 Number 2 (4.3 MB)
- Story of Team Arundo
- Working group reports
Winter 1993 Volume 1 Number 1 (5.7 MB)
- Background of CalEPPC
- Weed alerts
- Tamarisk invades desert riparian zones