Garlic Mustard control on the Vinton Experiemental Forest

These past few weeks the AOWCP has been working with OSU-Extension and the USFS Northern Research Station to control garlic mustard at the Vinton Experimental Forest.

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This garlic mustard has already been sprayed and has noticeable signs of stress.  Most plants will take several days to weeks to finally die.

This time of year is also a great time to spray garlic mustard seedlings that germinated this spring.

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About appalachianohioweeds

My name is Eric Boyda and I am the current coordinator of the Appalachian Ohio Weed Control Partnership. My interests include increasing the awareness of invasive plants and helping individuals or groups plan control strategies.

Posted on April 27, 2013, in Projects and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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