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IPCW Plant Report

Phalaris aquatica Scientific name Phalaris aquatica Additional name information: L. Common name Harding grass Synonymous scientific names Phalaris stenoptera, P. tuberosa var. stenoptera Closely related California natives 4 Closely related California non-natives: 5 Listed CalEPPC List B,CDFA nl By: Kerry Harrington,Thomas Lanini Distribution HOW DO I RECOGNIZE IT?Distinctive features: Harding grass (Phalaris aquatica) is an […]

Control of Phalaris aquatica on lowland coastal terrace prairie in Richmond, CA

The Richmond Field Station supports one of the last remnants of coastal terrace prairie within the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area. This prairie contains remarkable di- versity, comprised of over 55% native plant cover in the grassland_s interior. Large infestations of invasive Phalaris aquatica surround the prairie, and pioneer popula- tions have begun establish in […]

Phalaris aquatica Profile

Phalaris aquatica (hardinggrass) is a perennial grass (family Poaceae) found throughout California. Hardinggrass is widespread in California because it has been used as a forage species and for revegetating after fires. It is most common in coastal valley and foothill grasslands from Oregon to the Mexican border. It is also found in the Sacramento and […]

Controlling Harding grass (Phalaris aquatica) in a grassland setting _ an interim report.

After observing Harding grass (Phalaris aquatic) begin to expand from a small historic infestation into two major drainages in the grasslands of the Bald Hills, Vegetation Management staff at Redwood National and State Parks embarked on a three-phase Harding grass control program in 2005, using a glyphosate-based herbicide. Phase I included pilot treatments in easily […]

IPCW | Categories

Plants listed by category Cal-IPC List: [ A-1 ] [ A-2 ] [ B ] [ Red Alert ]   CDFA List: [ A ] [ B ] [ C ] [ NL ] [ Noxious ] Cal-IPC List 1-A Ammophila arenaria   Arundo donax   Carpobrotus edulis   Centaurea solstitialis   Cortaderia jubata   […]

IPCW | References

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Weed Workers Handbook

Published by the Watershed Project and the California Invasive Plant Council, the Weed Workers’ Handbook explains how to remove more than 35 of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most invasive plants. The Handbook provides: A simple, strategic approach to dealing with wildland weeds Guidelines for planning and leading volunteer control projects Descriptions of techniques used […]

Cal-IPC Symposium 2016

November 2-5, Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite Tanya Chapple, Mid Klamath Watershed Council and Emily Ferrel, Salmon River Watershed Council discuss their poster at the poster session. Photo: Doug Johnson View program and abstracts.Links below are pdf files converted from Powerpoint presentations. Training: Invasive Plant Management 101 Course syllabus Principles of Invasive Plant Management. Gina Darin, […]

Cal-IPC Symposium 2013

2013 poster session. Photo: Drew Ready Taking the Long View October 2-5, 2013, Lake Arrowhead View program and abstracts. Links below are pdf files converted from Powerpoint presentations. Pre-Symposium workshop: Climate-Smart Land Management Presentations and additional resources are available at under the Climate Adaptation section of our website. DPR Laws and Regulations Assessing human risk from […]

Cal-IPC Symposium 2012

Tool tailgate with Ken Moore Photo: JP Marie Bay to Basin: Coordinating Response to Invasive Plants across California October 11-12, 2012, Rohnert Park View full program and abstracts. Links below are pdf files converted from Powerpoint presentations. Session 1. Ecological Change Landscape management practices in Late Holocene California: implications for contemporary stewardship. Kent Lightfoot, UC […]