Alabama Power Company finds that off-season rights-of-way brush control can lead to a list of advantages, from increased budget flexibility to fewer landowner complaints. All without sacrificing control.
Milestone® herbicide has been used to maintain critical shorebird nesting sites in the East Bay Regional Park District since 2012. Without it, birds migrating back here to nest would be crowded out by invasive plants and subject to predators.
We regularly highlight noxious and invasive species, sharing defining characteristics to help you identify it in the field as well as providing treatment recommendations to help you get rid of it. In this Invasive Watch, we feature privet.
Wild parsnip, acts as a biennial weed, and inhabits roadsides, pastures, field edges or natural areas.
Now — fall through winter — can be a good time to control brush, especially in the South with its mild, snow-free winters, said Scott Flynn, Ph.D., a field scientist with Corteva Agriscience.