How to Eradicate Invasive Plants

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants

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Workman Press.
This comprehensive guide includes all types of invasive plants, including water and bog plants; annuals, biennials, and tropical perennials; herbaceous perennials; grasses and bamboos; and vines, shrubs, and trees.

“Every garden shed should have a copy of this book. The wisdom that it wields will hold the invaders at the gate.” —Roger B. Swain, The Victory Garden

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants offers a clear, practical solution to the increasingly common problem of invasive plants. Clearly written and easy-to-use, Teri Dunn Chace shows you how to recognize more than 200 common invasive plants and offers organic and responsible chemical eradication options for each species. With this reference on their shelves, gardeners, landscapers, and managers of public and private land across the country can confidently tackle the invasive plants to make room for a sustainable plant community!


Baker & Taylor
Identifies two hundred of the most common invasive plants, including bog plants, herbaceous perennials, and shrubs, and offers guidance on selecting the safest and most responsible eradication options.

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Chace, an amateur botanist, horticulturalist, gardener, writer, and editor, presents a guide for gardeners that details how to eradicate about 200 of the most common invasive plants in North America: water and bog plants; annuals, biennials, and tropical perennials; herbaceous perennials; grasses and bamboos; and vines, shrubs, and trees. She provides profiles of the plants, which contain information and diagnostic photographs for identification and methods for eradicating them, from less toxic options to chemicals. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781604693065
1604693061
Branch Call Number: 581.62 D922h
Characteristics: 336 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm

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Apr 23, 2018

Well-written; I especially liked the non-poisonous ways of control and suggested non-invasive replacements. It is not tailored to the Pacific Northwest, however.

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