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Evaluation of Five Herbicide Treatments to Control Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris)

Evaluation of Five Herbicide Treatments to Control Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) in natural areas. M.S. Thesis. Gainesville, FL: University of region, yellow toadflax was intentionally introduced to Florida. North America during the 1800s (Wilson et al. 2005) Hupp, K.V.S., A.M. Fox, S.B. Wilson, E.L. Barnett and R.K. as an ornamental, a fabric dye, and for ethnobotanical Stocker. 2009. Natural area weeds: Mexican petunia (Ruellia use. The species escaped cultivation and has become an tweediana). IFAS Cooperative Extension ENH1155. opportunistic invader throughout the continental United Loewenstein, N.J. and E.F. Loewenstein. 2005. Non-native plants States, Canada, and parts of Mexico ( Jacobs and Sing in the understory of riparian forests across a land use gradient 2006). Yellow toadflax has been legally designated as a in the Southeast. Urban Ecosystems 8:79–91. Mueller-Dombois, D. and H. Ellenberg 1974. Aims and Methods noxious weed in much of western North America (USDA of Vegetation Ecology. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons. 2013); it thrives in disturbed, open habitats and can easily Nilsson, C. and M. Svedmark. 2002. Basic principles and dominate native or desirable plant communities (Wilson ecological consequences of changing water regimes: Riparian et al. 2005). plant communities. Environmental Management 30:468–480. Yellow toadflax poses a serious threat to ecosystems across Predick, K.I. and M.G. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Evaluation of Five Herbicide Treatments to Control Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris)

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in natural areas. M.S. Thesis. Gainesville, FL: University of region, yellow toadflax was intentionally introduced to Florida. North America during the 1800s (Wilson et al. 2005) Hupp, K.V.S., A.M. Fox, S.B. Wilson, E.L. Barnett and R.K. as an ornamental, a fabric dye, and for ethnobotanical Stocker. 2009. Natural area weeds: Mexican petunia (Ruellia use. The species escaped cultivation and has become an tweediana). IFAS Cooperative Extension ENH1155. opportunistic invader throughout the continental United Loewenstein, N.J. and E.F. Loewenstein. 2005. Non-native plants States, Canada, and parts of Mexico ( Jacobs and Sing in the understory of riparian forests across a land use gradient 2006). Yellow toadflax has been legally designated as a in the Southeast. Urban Ecosystems 8:79–91. Mueller-Dombois, D. and H. Ellenberg 1974. Aims and Methods noxious weed in much of western North America (USDA of Vegetation Ecology. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons. 2013); it thrives in disturbed, open habitats and can easily Nilsson, C. and M. Svedmark. 2002. Basic principles and dominate native or desirable plant communities (Wilson ecological consequences of changing water regimes: Riparian et al. 2005). plant communities. Environmental Management 30:468–480. Yellow toadflax poses a serious threat to ecosystems across Predick, K.I. and M.G.

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 6, 2014

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