Monthly Archives: June 2013

Managing invasive weeds with limited resources

During May, June and July, are you like us racing to keep weeds from setting seed? We manage over 100 prairie plantings and dozens of remnant habitats to cover annually. We try to cover all areas of the preserve as … Continue reading

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Agenda for GRN annual workdshop

Grassland Restoration Network—Limitations of Success— Agenda as of 6/11/13 Hotels booked, will be held until June 14, registration deadline June 14 as well. Hotels with rooms held for GRN participants: Hotel Address Phone number Rate for single King Rate for … Continue reading

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Registration closing, and when is a weed invasive

The last day to register for our annual GRN workshop is Friday, June 14, 2013. We are planning for an interactive set of discussions and tours of prairie restorations. Join us! When is a weed invasive? In my last post … Continue reading

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The Devil King

King devil, Hieracium pratense, or H. caespitosum  is sometimes called field hawkweed. it is in the composite family. It is a weed and considered invasive by many managers, including yours truly.  Do not confuse this plant with native H. longipilum which blooms a few weeks after … Continue reading

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How to run the Birchmeier Herbicide backpacks

HOW TO RUN THE BIRCHMEIER HERBICIDE BACKPACKS Bill Kleiman June 4, 2013 Birchmeier packs are about $300 each. Four gallon model shown. They are the best made of the brands with brass and steel and stainless steel along with plastic … Continue reading

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GRN workshop registration closes June 14

Join us in Columbia Missouri for presentations, discussions, and field trips. Register now!

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