Content tagged with "Sericea Lespedeza"

Missouri's Silent Thief

This content is archived
Sericea lespedeza is stealing nutrients, moisture and sunlight from native vegetation. More

Sericea Lespedeza

Photo of large group of sericea lespedeza plants
Lespedeza cuneata
Decades ago, sericea lespedeza was introduced in hopes it would provide hay, improve pastures, stop soil erosion, and supply food and cover for wildlife. Unfortunately, it has proven to be an aggressive, invasive weed that is extremely difficult to control, escapes cultivation, and outcompetes native plants. More

Sericea Lespedeza

Photo of large group of sericea lespedeza plants
Decades ago, sericea lespedeza was introduced in hopes it would provide hay, improve pastures, stop soil erosion, and supply food and cover for wildlife. Unfortunately, it has proven to be an aggressive, invasive weed that is extremely difficult to control, escapes cultivation, and outcompetes native plants. More

Sericea Lespedeza Control

Photo of large group of sericea lespedeza plants
Learn to identify and control this invasive plant on your Missouri property. More

Wanted: The Unwanted

Photo of large group of sericea lespedeza plants
Its ability to thrive under a variety of conditions and its tendency to crowd out more palatable plants are among the reasons it has become noxious in some states. More
4 comments