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Fireweed Control: An Adaptive Management Approach

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Title: Fireweed Control: An Adaptive Management Approach
Authors: Thorne, Mark S.
Powley, John S.
Fukumoto, Glen K.
Keywords: Senecio madagascariensis
weed control
Issue Date: Oct 2005
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Thorne MS, Powley JS, Fukumoto GK. 2005. Fireweed control: an adaptive management approach. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 8 p. (Pasture and Range Management; PRM-1).
Series/Report no.: Pasture and Range Management
Abstract: Established in the early 1980s, this weed has become widespread on Maui and Hawaii. Pyrrolizidine alkaloid poisoning of animals results from its consumption. Analysis of alkaloid components in weed samples is given. Weed management techniques and their uses and limitations are reviewed. Adaptive management, a cycle of steps or events that facilitates planning, implementation of actions, monitoring of outcomes, and making adjustments to changing situations, is described.
Pages/Duration: 8 pages
Appears in Collections:Pasture and Range Management, 2005 - present

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