Welcome to the monthly weed post, a 2-page bulletin featuring a noxious weed, interesting research, or a timely issue related to weed management. If you would like to receive the Monthly Weed Post via email, please send an email to jane.mangold@montana.edu

2017

Modifying seeding date for successful establishment of bluebunch wheatgrass (September)

Common sources of non-target herbicide injury (August)

Roadside revegetation: Native plants and noxious weeds (July)

Common burdock (June)

A systematic review of cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) control research (May)

Invasive mustards: hoary alyssum, perennial pepperweed, and whitetop (April)

Weed suppressive bacteria for cheatgrass (March)

Musk thistle (February)

Schutter Diagnostic Laboratory 2016 Summary (January)

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2016

Common mullein (December)

Bear Trap Wilderness (November)

Economic impacts of noxious weeds on private grazing lands (October)

Conservation Innovation Grant project--Changing weed management (September)

Leafy spurge integrated management monitoring day (August)

Dame's rocket (July)

Spotted knapweed, native forbs, and pollinators (June)

Weed manager-driven local research projects Part II (May)

Weed manager-driven local research projects Part I (April) 

Rush skeletonweed (March)

Tall buttercup seedling growth along a soil moisture gradient (February)

Schutter Diagnostic Laboratory (January)

2015

Montana Noxious Weed Education Campaign (December)

Native parisitoids associated with knapweed biocontrols (November)

Biennial thistles (October)

Parrot feather watermilfoil (September)

Weed impact rankings (August)

Brazilian waterweed (July)

Garlic mustard (June)

Baby's breath (May)

Revegetation of rangeland (April)

Yellowflag iris reproduction (March)

Common buckthorn (February)

Cheatgrass biocontrol (January)

2014

Biocontrol research update (December)

Field scabious (November)

Absinth wormwood (October)

Phragmites (September)

Native and exotic thistles: Who's Jeckyl, who's Hyde? (August)

Weed spread and climate change: the story for Dalmatian toadflax (July)

Bulbous bluegrass (June)

Poison hemlock (May)

Grass identification (April)

Genotyping rush skeletonweed (March)

Black henbane (February)

Medusahead (January)

2013

A brief peek into weed research in Montana (December)

Bees eye view: native versus nonnative plants (November)

Plant identification (October)

Going my way? Weed seeds as hitchhikers (September) 

Ventenata (August)

Narrowleaf hawksbeard (July)

Knotweed distribution (June)

A glimpse at a few new invaders (May)

Controlling cheatgrass with imazapic on Montana rangeland (April)

Dyer's woad (March)

Hawkweed ID and nomenclature (February)

Hawkweeds (January)

2012

Applying biological control methods for weed management (December)

Dalmatian and yellow toadflax (November)

Weeds and wildfire (October)

Rangeland revegetation revisited (September)

Rush skeletonweed (August)

Tall buttercup (July)

Biological control of leafy spurge, spotted knapweed, and Dalmatian toadflax in MT (June)

Perennial pepperweed (May)

Summary of weed research in Montana (April)

Yellowflag iris (March)

Revegetation of cheatgrass-infested rangelands: size matters! (February)

Weed post year in review (January) 

2011

Western salsify (December)

Flowering rush (November)

White bryony (October)

Knapweed identification (September)

Whitetop (August)

Yellow starthistle (July)

Hoary alyssum (May)

Scotch broom (April)

Blueweed (March)

Knotweed (February)

Eurasian watermilfoil (January)