New study shows invasive Chinese privet can be well controlled with lower concentrations of herbicide

Chinese privet is one of the most invasive shrubs in the southeastern United States -- frequently growing in dense thickets along roadsides, on rights of way and in forests. Now the journal Invasive Plant Science and Management has good news for land managers battling the shrub. Researchers say you can achieve great control with much less herbicide than typically used.

New study shows invasive Chinese privet can be well controlled with lower concentrations of herbicide

Chinese privet is one of the most invasive shrubs in the southeastern United States - frequently growing in dense thickets along roadsides, on rights of way and in forests. Now the journal Invasive ...

Tue 10 Apr 18 from Phys.org

New study shows invasive Chinese privet can be well controlled with lower concentrations of herbicide, Tue 10 Apr 18 from Eurekalert

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