Cheatgrass Noxious Weed

Herbicides, What to Use and What to Avoid

The Lowdown on Herbicides Always Read the Label Before Applying Herbicides There are currently 19 families of herbicides and thousands of different formulations and brand names available, which can make deciding which product to use seem daunting. To help streamline the process, TCWP only carries products that treat species listed on the State Designated and … Continue reading Herbicides, What to Use and What to Avoid

Mosiac - Teton County Weed & Pest Article

Tetons 2020 – Mosaic

2018’s Mosaic – The State of the Tetons Ecosystem Teton County Weed & Pest District’s Perspectives on Invasive Species, written by our own Mark Daluge & Erika Edmiston, featured in this year’s Mosaic highlights the health and maintenance needed to protect the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from active and potential invasive species (read the complete article here) KEY … Continue reading Tetons 2020 – Mosaic

Spotted Knapweed

August’s Weeds of the Month: Field Bindweed & Spotted Knapweed

Weed of the Month, Number 1: Field Bindweed Field bindweed, a native of Eurasia, is thought to have been introduced into the US through contaminated seed as far back as 1739. This vine species forms a monoculture by climbing and twisting its way up anything and everything keeping other plants from reaching light. Field bindweed is … Continue reading August’s Weeds of the Month: Field Bindweed & Spotted Knapweed

Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed and Cow Parsnip: Which is Which and Why You Should Care

This summer we fielded calls from several frantic landowners who were certain they had giant hogweed growing on their property. Heracleum mantegazzianum is a weed worthy of panic, as its sap causes severe phytophotodermatitis in humans. When skin is exposed to the sap and subsequently exposed to the sun, it will redden, swell, and form … Continue reading Giant Hogweed and Cow Parsnip: Which is Which and Why You Should Care