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  1. Invasive Plant Management on Military Installations 3 Success Stories

  2. Before Treatment After Treatment

  3. Before Treatment After Treatment

  4. Before Treatment After Treatment

  5. Before Treatment After Treatment

  6. Before Treatment After Treatment

  7. Before Treatment After Treatment

  8. Before Treatment After Treatment

  9. Before Treatment After Treatment

  10. Before Treatment After Treatment

  11. Arnold Air Force Base, TN • Parris Island USMC, South Carolina • Fort Detrick USAG, Maryland

  12. Integrated Pest Management

  13. Various Herbicide Application Methods • Cut stump • High volume foliar • Low volume foliar • Basal bark • Girdling • Others…

  14. www.arnold.af.mil

  15. Steven T Manning 615-969-1309 Invasive Plant Control, Inc.

  16. Japanese Stilt GrassMicrostegium vimineum

  17. KudzuPueraria montana • Native of Asia • Covers 14,000,000 acres in the south • May grow 60 feet per year

  18. Before Treatment After Treatment

  19. After Treatment Before Treatment

  20. Bicolor LespedezaLespedeza bicolor

  21. Before Treatment After Treatment

  22. Autumn Olive Elaeagnus umbellata • Native of China & Japan • Classified as a top 3 most difficult to control • Thorns • Growth pattern • Shiny silver back of leaf makes identification easy

  23. Autumn Olive in Tullahoma, TN Arnold Air Force Base

  24. AEDC To Date • 5 Years of contracting • Primary targets are now under control • Primary species controlled • Lespedezas • Kudzu • Chinese privet • Garlic mustard • Autumn Olive • Fescue

  25. Management Plan Development Mapping