- Posted by: Gale Perez
November's guests included Jane Mangold, Professor and Extension Invasive Plant Specialist, Montana State University. Her talk was titled “Revegetating Weed-Infested Rangeland” and the description reads, “Seeding desired vegetation to compete with weeds is sometimes necessary when weeds have dominated rangeland for many years and remnant vegetation is scarce. This presentation will share research results from a variety of Montana studies where seeding was integrated with other weed-control strategies.”
Here's the link: Episode 06 - WATCH RECORDING
Other weed science-related IPM Hour recordings:
Episode 05 - WATCH RECORDING
Ecological Management of Kochia in Irrigated Western Cropping Systems
Description: This presentation will highlight on how to best implement sustainable integrated weed management programs to reduce herbicide reliance and manage weed resistance to herbicides in sugar beet-based crop rotations of the Western United States.
Presenter: Prashant Jha, Associate Professor and Extension Weed Specialist, Iowa State University
Episode 04 - WATCH RECORDING [Begins at 29:12]
A Developing and Developed Countries Perspective on Implementation of Integrated Weed Management
Description: Concepts of integrated weed management with examples from South Asia and the United States, including social and economic issues.
Presenter: Anil Shrestha, Weed Science Professor, California State University, Fresno
Original source: The Western IPM Center