August 2014

Flexibility means less is more

Sometimes less is more for roadside managers trying to keep weeds and other undesirable vegetation along roadsides under control.

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Q&A on grazing tolerances with herbicides

When applying herbicides on a utility right-of-way, roadside or other approved use site, it’s important to read and understand product labels. If not, the application can lead to unintended consequences, such as off-target crop damage.

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VM Views: The role of best management practices in utility vegetation management

The term “Best Management Practice(s)” or “BMP” for short is in frequent use in the utility vegetation management (UVM) business. But what does it mean?

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Invasive Watch: Absinth Wormwood

Absinth wormwood, also known as absinthium or common wormwood, is a herbaceous perennial plant that can grow up to 5 feet tall under favorable conditions.

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