Cool season invasive grasses workshop Mar. 18-19 in Fargo |

Cool season invasive grasses workshop Mar. 18-19 in Fargo

South Dakota Prairie
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The event will be March 18-19, 2014 in Holiday Inn, Fargo, N.D.

Who should attend

• Private, local, federal and state entities

• Those with involvement or concerns with managing cool-season invasive grasses

• Expected participation from North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Iowa and Canada


• Early – $45 (includes lunches) or $35 without lunches (ends March 7)

• Late – $45 (lunches not included)

• Register online (only option for

registration) mssnet/products/tnt_products.cfm

(Select “Sections” and then “Northern Great Plains Section Meeting”)

Hotel Information

A block of rooms is reserved at federal and state rates at the Holiday Inn at 3803 13th Ave. S, Fargo, ND. Their phone number is 701-282-2700.

Presentations will include: • Spring clipping, fire, and simulated increased atmospheric nitrogen deposition effects on tallgrass prairie vegetation

Alexander J. Smart*, Tabithia K. Scott, Sharon A. Clay, David E. Clay, Michelle Ohrtman, and Eric M. Mousel

• Using prescribed fire and glyphosate to manage the invasion of native prairie by trees and shrubs, and the exotic invasive grass, smooth brome (Bromus inermis), in Saskatchewan

R. A. Wright*, G. Longpre, J. R. Smith, K. Kelly, and J. Karst

Evaluation of annual grass control in range, pasture, and roadsides with herbicides in Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota from 2006 through 2012.

Jim Daniel*

Effects of burn frequency and grazing on the abundance and distribution of invasive and native cool-season grasses

Greg Hoch*


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