Biology, Ecology and Management of Hoary Alyssum

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Hoary alyssum is an exotic annual to short-lived perennial forb designated as a noxious weed in Montana since 2008. Maintaining healthy stands of vegetation and reseeding after major disturbances are the best ways to prevent establishment. Herbicides are an effective control option, and repeated applications may be necessary to treat plants that emerge throughout the growing season. Color, 15 pages.

  • Copyright2010
  • AuthorHilary Parkinson, Jane Mangold and Jim Jacobs
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