Biology, Ecology and Management of the Knotweed Complex

SKU EB0196

  • Item is out of stock.
Your Price $0.00



Japanese knotweed, giant knotweed, Himalayan knotweed, and Bohemian knotweed are perennial plants resembling bamboo with their hollow stems and rapid, aggressive growth habits. The most common method of spread is rhizome fragments dispersed along waterways or in transported soil. Control options include repeated cutting or hand pulling and herbicides. Color, 18 pages.

  • Copyright2010
  • AuthorHilary Parkinson and Jane Mangold
  • Free Download:

    Download Now

People Who Bought This Also Bought

Eurasian watermilfoil is a submersed aquatic plant that can competitively displace submersed native plant communities, reduce recreational qualities of water bodies, reduce water flow, clog industrial, agricultural, and drinking water supplies.
Yellowflag iris can displace desired vegetation, decrease wildlife habitat and livestock forage, and reduce water flow in irrigation systems. Prevention, early detection to contain or eradicate infestations are important for management of this plant.

Write a Review


Customer Reviews

Please Wait... processing