June 26, 2013 0:00am
Location: 4165 Spruance Rd. San Diego, CA ( Google Maps)
The June monthly management/monitoring coordination meeting will be held June 26, 2013 from 9:30am to 11:30am at USGS in the downstairs conference room. Topic: Carolyn Martus will be giving a presentation on the description and identification of invasive weeds that should/could be targeted for early detection and rapid eradication. These species include: 1. Aegilops triuncialis (barbed goatgrass), 2. Ageratina adenophora (eupatory), 3.Carrichtera annua (Ward’s weed), 4. Centaurea calcitrapa (purple star thistle) 5. Centaurea solstitialis (yellow star thistle), 6. Centaurea Stoebe (spotted knapweed), 7. Cytisus scoparius (Scotch broom ), 8. Elymus caput medusa (medusahead), 9. Euphorbia terracina (carnation spurge), 10. Euphorbia virgata (leafy spurge), 11. Genista monspessulana (French broom), 12. Hypericum canariense (Canary Island St. John’s wort), 13. Iris pseudacorus (yellow flag iris), 14. Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife), 15. Retama monosperma (bridal broom), and 6. Sesbania punicea (rattlebox).
Carolyn gave this same talk at the San Diego Weed Management Area meeting in May, so if you missed it, now is your chance to see it.
Normal monthly meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of every month, except for the combined November/December meeting. Agenda MMAgendaJun262013 Presentations EarlyDetectionRRsmall [4.8MB]
SDWMAEDDhand out final 6-2013 [385KB] Contact Info: Yvonne Moore Email: email@example.com Phone: Cell: 951-712-2078