BARRON COUNTY: LMI-Riparian Purple Loosestrife Control Proj

Purpose

Barron County proposes to conduct a county wide lakes project to control and significantly reduce the population of Purpose Loosestrife in the riparian areas of the Barron County. This two year project will include the following activities; 1) check historic information on Purple Loosestrife locations and do a reinventory of possible sites to treat, 2) remove seed heads and treat with RODEO herbicide, 3) treat with biological means (Galerucella beetles) where needed, 4) landowners will be visited and given information on why the Purple Loosestrife control is needed. The final report will be made available to all participants. Two copies of the final report will be given to the Department before final payment approval is granted. Electronic copies will be made available upon request of all final reports and maps.

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Lakes Grant
Lake Protection Grant
LPT-094
1998
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Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Barron County proposes to conduct a county wide lakes project to control and significantly reduce the population of Purpose Loosestrife in the riparian areas of the Barron County. This two year project will include the following activities; 1) check historic information on Purple Loosestrife locations and do a reinventory of possible sites to treat, 2) remove seed heads and treat with RODEO herbicide, 3) treat with biological means (Galerucella beetles) where needed, 4) landowners will be visited and given information on why the Purple Loosestrife control is needed.
Control Invasive Species
10099495
ATTAINS Implementation Initiated
Barron County will 1) check historic information on Purple Loosestrife locations and do a reinventory of possible sites to treat, 2) remove seed heads and treat with RODEO herbicide, 3) treat with biological means (Galerucella beetles) where needed, 4) landowners will be visited and given information on why the Purple Loosestrife control is needed.
 
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