Biology, Ecology and Management of Yellowflag Iris

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Yellowflag iris is an introduced wetland plant that can displace desired vegetation, decrease wildlife habitat and livestock forage, and reduce water flow in irrigation systems. Prevention, early detection and immediate action to contain or eradicate infestations are most important for management of this plant in Montana. Color, 12 pages.

  • Copyright2011
  • AuthorJim Jacobs, Monica Pokorny and Jane Mangold
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