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Invasive Non-native Plant Management: Blair Road and Hwy 58 Intersection. Problem invasive species included kudzu. Invasives presented aesthetic impact. Photos by Mike Ryon. Invasive Non-native Plant Management: Blair Road and Hwy 58 Intersection.

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    1. Invasive Non-native Plant Management: Blair Road and Hwy 58 Intersection • Problem invasive species included kudzu. • Invasives presented aesthetic impact. Photos by Mike Ryon

    2. Invasive Non-native Plant Management: Blair Road and Hwy 58 Intersection • Kudzu treated with foliar spray of Garlon 3a and Tordon by CSC in 2004. Photo by Harry Quarles

    3. Invasive Non-native Plant Management: Blair Road and Hwy 58 Intersection • Spot treatments in 2005 and 2006 removed straggler kudzu. • Vegetation established from existing seed bank. Photos by Mike Ryon