Biology, Ecology and Management of Montana Knapweeds

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This publication provides information on spotted knapweed, diffuse knapweed, and Russian knapweed, a group of closely related noxious weeds that have invaded Montana. These weeds threaten long-term productivity of Montana grazing lands and wildlands. Successful management of knapweeds requires the use of integrated weed management strategies. Color, 19 pages.

  • Copyright2017, Revised
  • AuthorHilary Parkinson and Jane Mangold
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