Content tagged with "nuisance plant"

Garlic Mustard Invasive Species Fact Sheet

Use this print-and-carry sheet to identify and control invasive garlic mustard in Missouri. More

Grass Carp for Weed Control

This Aquaguide shows you how to use grass carp to control weeds in your Missouri pond. More

Gray Dogwood (Stiff Dogwood)

Cornus foemina
Gray dogwood is a deciduous, thicket-forming shrub. Its small, creamy-white flowers occur in branched clusters, and its white or pale blue fruits are supported by red stalks—a characteristic that makes it attractive for ornamental uses. More

Gray Dogwood Control

Browse methods for controlling nuisance gray dogwood thickets in Missouri. More

Japanese Honeysuckle Invasive Species Fact Sheet

Use this print-and-carry sheet to identify and control invasive Japanese honeysuckle in Missouri. More

Japanese Hop

Download this publication to learn how to identify and control Japanese Hop. More

Japanese Knotweed Invasive Species Fact Sheet

Use this print-and-carry sheet to identify and control invasive Japanese Knotweed on your Missouri property. More

Japanese Stiltgrass Invasive Species Fact Sheet

Use this print-and-carry sheet to identify and control invasive stiltgrass on your Missouri property. More

Johnson Grass

Photo of Johnson grass panicles against a blue sky
Johnson grass is native to the Mediterranean and now occurs in warm-temperate regions worldwide. It is common in the southern United States. Heavy infestations in river bottoms can reduce corn or soybean yields in Missouri to a few bushels per acre. More than 300,000 acres are infested in the Missouri Bootheel alone. More

Johnson Grass

Photo of Johnson grass flower clusters
Sorghum halepense
Johnson grass is a native of the Mediterranean that is invasive in our country. It’s a weed that infests cropland and degrades native ecosystems, and heavy infestations are found in all the major river bottoms of Missouri. More