Tag Archives: Invasive species

Basal bark application part 3

My daughter and wife and I have been doing field experiments and stewardship for years.  We have experience in marking and treating honeysuckle.  In late May of 2014 the three of us treated and paint marked about 250 honeysuckle shrubs … Continue reading

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Successful GRN workshop held at Nachusa Grasslands

Nachusa Grasslands hosted the annual workshop of the Grassland Restoration Network from September 9, 10 and 11, 2014. We had 90 people register and about 110 with Nachusa stewards and crew on hand to run things. Participants came mostly from … 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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