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Miller, James H.; Manning, Steven T.; Enloe, Stephen F. 2010. A management guide for invasive plants in southern forests. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–131. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 120 p.

Books

  • Burrrell, C.C. 2006. Native alternatives to invasive plants. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Botanic Garden. 239 p.
  • Kaufman, S.R.; Kaufman, W.K. 2007. Invasive plants: a guide to identification, impacts, and control of common North American species. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books. 458 p.
  • Langeland, K.A.; Cherry, H.M.; McCormick, C.M.; Craddock Burks, K.A., eds. 2008. Identification & biology of nonnative plants in Florida’s natural areas. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida. 193 p.
  • Randall, J.M.; Marinelli, J., eds. 1996. Invasive plants: weeds of the global garden. Handb. 149. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Botanic Garden. 111 p.

Manuals

  • Evans, C.W.; Moorhead, D.J.; Bargeron, C.T.; Douce, G.K. 2006. Invasive plant responses to silvicultural practices in the South. BW–2006–03. Tifton, GA: The University of Georgia, Bugwood Network. 52 p.
  • Kaeser, M.J.; Kirkman, L.K. 2010. Field and restoration guide to common native warm-season grasses of the longleaf pine ecosystem. Newton, GA, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway. 71 p.
  • Langeland, K.A.; Stocker, R.K., eds. 2009. Control of nonnative plants in natural areas of Florida. SP–242. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. 31 p. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/WG/WG20900.pdf. [Date accessed: August 28].
  • Smith, Tim E., ed. 1993. Missouri vegetation management manual. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Department of Conservation, Natural History Division. 148 p.
  • Swearingen, J.; Reshetiloff, K.; Slattery, B.; Zwicker, S. 2002. Plant invaders of Mid-Atlantic natural areas. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 82 p.
  • Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council. 1996. Tennessee exotic plant management manual. Nashville, TN: Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council, Warner Parks Nature Center. 118 p.
  • Tu, M.; Hurd, C.; Randall, J.M., eds. 2001. Weed control methods handbook: tools and techniques for use in natural areas. The Nature Conservancy. http://www.invasive.org/gist/handbook.html. [Date accessed: August 28, 2009].

Articles and Reports

  • Allen, S.L.; Hepp, G.R.; Miller, J.H. 2007. Use of herbicides to control alligatorweed and restore native plants in managed marshes. Wetlands. 37: 739–748.
  • Brandon, A.L.; Gibson, D.J.; Middleton, B.A. 2004. Mechanisms for dominance in an early successional old field by the invasive non-native Lespedeza cueata (Dum. Cours.) G. Don. Biological Invasions. 6: 483–493.
  • Blair, M.P. 2008. Herbicide and application options for Amur (bush) honeysuckle. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 61: 1–4.
  • Britton, K.O.; Duerr, D.A., II; Miller, J.H. 2005. Understanding and controlling nonnative forest pests in the South. In: Rauscher, H. Michael; Johnson, Kurt, eds. Southern forest science: past, present, and future. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-75. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 133–154. Chapter 14.
  • Bruce, K.A.; Cameron, G.N.; Harcombe, P.A.; Jubinsky, G. 1997. Introduction, impact on native habitats, and management of a woody invader, the Chinese tallow-tree, Sapium sebiferum (L.) Roxb. Natural Areas Journal. 17: 255–260.
  • Call, N.M.; Coble, H.D.; Perez-Fernandez, T. 2000. Tropical soda apple (Solanum viarum) herbicide susceptibility and competitiveness in tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea). Weed Technology. 14: 252–260.
  • Capo-chichi, L.J.A; Faircloth, W.H.; Williamson, A.G.; Patterson, M.G.; Miller, J.H.; van Santen, E. 2008. Invasion dynamics and genotypic diversity of cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) at the point of introduction in the Southeastern United States. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 1:133–141.
  • Carlson, A.M.; Grochov, D.L. 2004. Effects of herbicide on the invasive biennial Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) and initial responses of native plants in a southwestern Ohio forest. Restoration Ecology. 12:559– 567.
  • Culley, T.M.; Hardiman, N.A. 2007. The beginning of a new invasive plant: a history of the ornamental callery pear in the United States. BioScience. 57: 956–964.
  • DeMeester, J.E.; Richter, D. D. 2009. Restoring restoration; removal of the invasive plant Microstegium vimineum from a North Carolina wetland. Biological Invasions. Published online June 12, 2009. http://www.springerlink.com/content/86x34u9176436025/ [Date accessed: December 14, 2009].
  • Demers, C.; Long, A. 2002. Controlling invasive exotic plants in north Florida forests. Ext. Publ. SS–FOR–19. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Agronomy Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. 9 p. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/. [Date accessed: April 20, 2005].
  • Derr, J.F. 1989. Multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora) control with metsulfuron. Weed Technology. 3: 381–384. Dickens, R.; Buchanan, G.A. 1975. Control of cogongrass with herbicides. Weed Science. 23:194–197.
  • DiTomaso, J.M.; Kyser, G.B. 2007. Control of Ailanthus altissima using stem herbicide application techniques. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry. 33: 55–63.
  • Donahue, C.; Rogers, W.E.; Siemann, E. 2006. Restoring an invaded prairie by mulching live Sapium sebiferum (Chinese tallow trees): effects of mulch on Sapium seed germination. Natural Areas Journal. 26: 244–253.
  • Dozier, H.; Gaffney, J.J.; McDonald, S.K.; Johnson, E.R.R.L.; Shilling, D.G. 1998. Cogongrass in the United States: history, ecology, impacts, and management. Weed Technology. 12:737–743.
  • Dreyer, G.D. 1988. Efficacy of triclopyr in rootkilling oriental bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculata Thunb.) and certain other woody weeds. Northeast Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 42: 120–121.
  • Edgin, B.; Ebinger, J.E. 2001. Control of autumn olive (Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb.) at Beall Woods Nature Preserve, Illinois, USA. Natural Areas Journal. 21: 386–388.
  • Edwards, M.B.; Gonzalez, F.E. 1986. Forestry herbicide control of kudzu and Japanese honeysuckle in loblolly pine sites in central Georgia. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 39: 272–275.
  • Everest, J.W.; Miller, J.H.; Ball, D.M.; Patterson, M. 1999. Kudzu in Alabama: history, uses, and control. ANR–65. Auburn, AL: Alabama Cooperative Extension. 6 p.
  • Faircloth, W. H.; Patterson, M.G.; Teem, D.H.; Miller, J.H. 2003. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica): management tactics on rights-of-way. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 55:162.
  • Ferrell, J.A.; Mullahey, J.J.; Langeland, K.A.; Kline, W.N. 2006. Control of tropical soda apple (Solanum viarum) with aminopyralid. Weed Technology. 20: 453–457.
  • Flory, S.L.; Clay, K. 2009. Invasive plant removal methods determines native plant community responses. Journal of Applied Ecology. 46: 434–442.
  • Flory, S.L. 2010. Management of Microtegium vimineum invasions and recovery of resident plant communities. Restoration Ecology. 18:103–112.
  • Frey, M.N.; Herms, C.P.; Cardina, J. 2007. Cold weather applications of glyphosate for garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) control. Weed Technology. 21: 656–660.
  • Gan, J.; Miller, J. H.; Wang, H.; Taylor, J. W. 2009. Invasion of tallow tree in the Southern U. S. forests: influencing factors and implications for mitigation. Canadian Journal Forest Research. 39: 1346–1356.
  • Gioeli, K.; Langeland, K. 2006. Brazilian pepper-tree control. Ext. Publ. SS–AGR–17. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Agronomy Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. 7 p. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/AA219. [Date accessed: April 27, 2007].
  • Glasgow, L.S.; Matlack, G.R. 2006. The effects of prescribed burning and canopy openness on establishment of two non-native plant species in a deciduous forest, southeast Ohio, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 238: 319–329.
  • Harrington, T.B.; Miller, J.H. 2005. Effects of application rate, timing, and formulation of glyphosate and triclopyr on control of Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense). Weed Technology. 19: 47–54.
  • Johnson, J; Griffin, S; Taylor, J. Aerial glyphosate application to control privet in mature hardwood stands. Macon, GA, Georgia Forestry Commission, http://www.gatrees.org/ForestManagement/documents/AerialGlyphosateApplicationtoControlPrivet2009.pdf [Date accessed: February 2, 2010].
  • Jose, S.; Cox, J.; Miller, D.L.; Shilling, D.G.; Merritt, S. 2002. Alien plant invasions: the story of cogongrass in southeastern forests. Journal of Forestry. 100:41–44.
  • Judge, C.A.; Neal, J.C.; Derr, J.F. 2005. Response of Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) to application timing, rate, and frequency of postemergence herbicides. Weed Technology. 19: 912–917.
  • King, S.E.; Grace, J.B. 2000. The effects of soil flooding on the establishment of cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica), a nonindigenous invader of the Southeastern United States. Wetlands. 20:300–306.
  • Klepac, J.; Rummer, R.B.; Hanula, J.L.; Horn, S. 2007. Mechanical removal of Chinese privet. Res. Pap. SRS–43. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 5 p.
  • Kline, W.N.; Duquesnel, J.G. 1996. Control of problem vegetation: a key to ecosystem management. Down to Earth. 51: 20–28.
  • Koger, T.H.; Stritzke, J.F. 1997. Influence of herbicide timing and mowing on control of sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata). Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 50: 76.
  • Loewenstein, N.J.; Miller J.H, eds. 2007. Proceedings of the regional cogongrass conference: a cogongrass management guide. Auburn University, AL: Alabama Cooperative Extension System. 77 p. http://www.cogongrass. org/conference.cfm. [Date accessed: February 4, 2010].
  • Love, J.P.; Anderson, J.T. 2009. Seasonal effects of four control methods on the invasive Morrow’s honeysuckle (Lonicera morrowii) and initial responses of understory plants in a southwestern Pennsylvania old field. Restoration Ecology. 17: 549–559.
  • MacDonald, G.E. 2004. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) – biology, ecology, and management. Critical Reviews in Plant Science. 23:367–380.
  • Miller, J.H.; Edwards, Boyd. 1983. Kudzu: where did it come from? And how can we stop it? Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 7: 165–169.
  • Miller, J.H. 1985. Testing herbicides for kudzu eradication on a Piedmont site. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 9: 128–132.
  • Miller, J.H. 1986. Kudzu eradication trials testing fifteen herbicides. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 39: 276–281.
  • Miller, J.H. 1988. Kudzu eradication trials with new herbicides. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 41: 220–225.
  • Miller, James H. 1998. Exotic invasive plants in southeastern forests. In: Britton, K.O., ed. Proceedings of the exotic pests of eastern forests. Nashville, TN: Exotic Pest Plant Council: 97–105.
  • Miller, James H. 1998. Primary screening of forestry herbicides for control of Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense), Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis), and trumpetcreeper (Campsis radicans). Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 51: 161–162.
  • Miller, James H. 2000. Refining rates and treatment sequences for cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) control with imazapyr and glyphosate. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 53: 181.
  • Miller, J.H.; Schelhas, J. 2008. Adaptive collaborative restoration: a key concept for invasive plant management. In: Kohli, R.K., Singh, J.P.; Batish, D.R.; Jose, S., eds. Invasive plants and forest ecosystems. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 251–265. Chapter 15.
  • Mueller, T.C.; Robinson, D.K.; Beeler, J.E. [and others]. 2003. Dioscorea oppositifolia L. phenotypic evaluations and comparison of control strategies. Weed Technology. 17: 705–710.
  • Mullahey, J.J.; Colvin, D.L. 2000. Weeds in the sunshine: tropical soda apple (Solanum viarum) in Florida–1999. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. 7 p.
  • Neal, J.C.; Skroch, W.A. 1985. Effects of timing and rate of glyphosate application on toxicity to selected woody ornamentals. Journal of American Society of Horticultural Science. 110: 860–864.
  • Nuzzo, V.A. 1991. Experimental control of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) in northern Illinois using fire, herbicide, and cutting. Natural Areas Journal. 11: 158–167.
  • Pergrams, O.R.W.; Norton, J.E. 2006. Treating a single stem can kill whole shrub: a scientific assessment of buckthorn control methods. Natural Areas Journal. 26: 300–309.
  • Rathfon, R.; Ruble, K. 2007. Herbicide treatments for controlling invasive bush honeysuckle in a mature hardwood forest in west-central Indiana. In: Buckley, David S.; Clatterbuck, Wayne K., eds. Proceedings, 15th central hardwood forest conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-101. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 187–197.
  • Regehr, D.; Frey, D.R. 1988. Selective control of Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica). Weed Technology. 2: 139–143.
  • Shaw, D.R.; Arnold, J.C. 2002. Weed control from herbicide combinations with glyphosate. Weed Technology. 16: 1–6.
  • Solodar, J. 2006. A method for control of Euonymus fortunei using Roundup Pro (glyphostate). Missouriensis. 26: 1–6.
  • Szafoni, R.E. 1991. Vegetation management guidelines: multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora Thunb.). Natural Areas Journal. 11: 215–216.
  • Thomas, L.K., Jr. 1993. Chemical grubbing for control of exotic wisteria. Castanea. 58: 209–213.
  • Underwood, J.F.; Sperow, C.B., Jr. 1985. Control methods for multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora Thunb.) with metsulfuron methyl. North Central Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 40: 59–63.
  • Washburn, B.E.; Barnes, T.G. 2000. Postemergence tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) control at different growth stages with glyphosate and AC 263,222. Weed Technology. 14: 223–230.
  • Washburn, T.G.; Washburn, B. 2001. Controlling tall fescue, common Bermuda, and bahia grass. Wildland Weeds. 4: 5–8.
  • Willard, T.R.; Gaffney, J.F.; Shilling, D.G. 1997. Influence of herbicide combinations and application technology on cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) control. Weed Technology. 11: 76–80.
  • Willard, T. R.; Shilling, D.G. 1990. The influence of growth stage and mowing on competition between Paspalum notatum and Imperata cylindrica. Tropical Grasslands. 24:81–86.
  • Willard, T. R., Hall, D.H.; Shilling, D.G.; Lewis, J.H.; Currey, W.L. 1990. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) distribution on Florida highway rights-of-way. Weed Technology. 4:658–660.
  • Willard, T.R.; Shilling, D.G.; Gaffney, J.F.; Currey, W.L. 1996. Mechanical and chemical control of cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica). Weed Technology. 10:722-726.
  • Wright, R.S.; Byrd, J.D., Jr. 2008. Effective herbicides for control of mimosa (Albizia julibrissin). Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 61: 175.
  • Yeiser, J.L. 1999. Japanese honeysuckle control in a minor hardwood bottom of southwest Arkansas. Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting Proceedings. 52: 108–111.
  • Zeller, M.; Leslie, D. 2004. Japanese climbing fern control trials in planted pine. Wildland Weeds. 7: 6, 8–9.

Magazines

  • Florida Exotic Plant Pest Council and Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council. 1996–2010. Wildland Weeds. Gainesville, FL. Quarterly.

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