Preventing the Spread of Invasive Plants: Best Management Practices for Land Managers

Type: report

Article abstract: Invasive plants can degrade the ecological integrity of wildlands, and land managers employ a range of tactics to reduce this damage. While controlling established infestation is important, prevention is the most cost-effective approach to reduce this damage. This manual presents a set of voluntary guidelines and ready-to-use checklists to help those managing wildlands in California to prevent the accidental spread of terrestrial invasive plants. To view the document, click the website link.

Number of pages: 80

Year: 2012


Prepared by: California Invasive Plant Council ;

Keywords: Best management practices; biosecurity; BMPs; invasive plants;

Threats: Invasive plants


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File owner: San Diego Management and Monitoring Program