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Missourians Making a Difference: Interview with Jerod Huebner

Missourians Making a Difference: Jerod Huebner, Director of Prairie Management, Missouri Prairie Foundation How long have you been with the Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) and what are your primary responsibilities? I have been with MPF for 8.5 years. I am in charge...

Cancelled – Hearing for SB 1281 to prohibit sale of invasive plants

2/20/24 Update: This hearing is cancelled. A hearing has been set for Senate Bill (SB) 1281, creating provisions to prohibit the sale of select invasive plants, on Tuesday, February 20 at 9:15 a.m. by the Missouri Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor...

Invasive to Watch This Month

The non-native, invasive grass tall fescue (Festuca arundinaria) can be treated with glyphosate on warm days during the winter. The recommended control is through a foliar application of glyphosate with surfactant added. Often multiple applications are necessary to eradicate an established stand. One quart of glyphosate per acre in the winter is recommended. For spot treatment of isolated tall fescue plants, use 1% to 2% of glyphosate with surfactant.

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