Yellow Starthistle: Identification, Biology and Integrated Management

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Yellow starthistle invades rangelands, grasslands, agricultural areas and wild lands reducing forage, yield, and degrading habitat. It is a priority 1A species in Montana, meaning the management objectives are prevention, early detection and eradication. Black and white, 4 pages.

  • AuthorHilary Parkinson, Jane Mangold
  • Copyright2017, Revised
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