Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council

2016 Annual Conference, In Plain Sight - South Carolina and Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Councils

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

US Forest Service: What can FIA data tell us about exotic plants?Christopher Oswalt

Are you smarter than a fifth grader? The cogongrass quiz every land manager should takeStephen Enloe

Spore Reproduction of Japanese Climbing Fern in Florida as a Function of Management Timing Candice Prince (Student)

Herbicide efficacy on Ludwigia hexapetala and Ludwigia grandiflora types in Florida Afsari Banu (Student)

Brazilian pepper tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) control in Florida’s mangrove communities Cody Lastinger (Student)

Thursday, September 15, 2016

UGA Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health: Cut the jargon and turn people into advocates!Rebekah Danielle Wallace

Fighting cogongrass in South CarolinaStephanie Hickel & Steve Compton

Bengal dayflower: a threat to longleaf forests Steve Compton

Selective torpedograss (Panicum repens L.) control in aquatic and riparian areas Stephen Enloe

Distinction within the Ludwigia uruguayensis complex in Florida Colette Jacono

Phenotypic Diversity among Cogongrass Populations and Response to GlyphosateNancy Loewenstein et al.

Barbarians at the gates: The Federal Noxious Weed prevention survey at the Port of Savannah Rima Lucardi et al.

Distribution and management of Phragmites australis in the southeastern US: Implications for Florida Carrie R. Adams et al.

The right Chemical for the right job Scott Frock

Friday, September 16, 2016

Biologist for the Invasive Species Management Branch of the US Army COE: Utilization of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Vegetation Mapping and RestorationJon Morton

“Wild Plants on the Rabbit” and reaching the unchurched...Janie Marlow

The development, implementation and outcome of a volunteer-based survey for Hydrilla in the Chowan River and Albemarle Sound, North Carolina Rob Emens

UMNA The Clemson Meadow Restoration Project Cindy Hekking

Junior Invasive Inspector Program Katie Moore

Herbicide label interpretation in riparian areasStephen Enloe

Invasive plants in South Carolina: Identification, reporting and control Bill Steele

Invasive Plant Education – Invading a Classroom Near You! Dehlia Albrecht