University of Maryland Extension

Publications Library - Invasive Species

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Publication Name/Description


Emerald Ash Borer Will Affect Maryland's Eastern Shore Wetlands - University of Maryland Extension Bulletin # 428


Emerald Ash Borer and the Private Woodland Owner - University of Maryland Extension Fact Sheet # 991


Emerald Ash Borer quarantine order - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service


Status of Emerald Ash Borer in Maryland for Woodland Owners, Urban, and Suburban Areas (Webinar - 1 hour 20 mins): Presented by Kimberly Rice, Maryland Dept. of Agriculture; Mike Raupp, University of Maryland; and Jonathan S. Kays, University of Maryland Extension


Saving your Ash Trees from the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle: A Homeowner's Guide - Maryland DNR-Forest Service

EE0218Tree-of-Heaven - Penn State Extension Invasive Weeds Fact Sheet 0218
---Control of Ailanthus in Residential Areas - Maryland DNR-Forest Service
 ---Tree-of-Heaven Control - Maryland DNR-Forest Service
NA-TP-05-04Invasive Plants Field and Reference Guide: An Ecological Perspective of Plant Invaders of Forests and Woodlands - USDA Forest Service
HG-88Invasive Plant Control in Maryland - University of Maryland Cooperative Extension
MISC1Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Maryland Invasive Species Council
NRS-96Manual Herbicide Application Methods for Managing Vegetation in Appalachian Hardwood Forests - USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station
UH-174Herbicides and Forest Vegetation Management- Penn State University Extension
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