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This official New Hampshire Invasive Species website has links to information on the New Hampshire Invasive Species Program, Invasive Species Booklets and Posters, Invasive Species Mapping using both EDDMapS and I-MapInvasives, and much more. - AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE!
Each New England state has a different list of invasive plants, both prohibited species and potentially invasive watchlist species.
VT Invasive Plant Quarantine & Watch List - 2017
NOTE: This Vermont list is outdated! For example, Multiflora Rose and Autumn Olive are only on the VT Watchlist but are 'Prohibited' in all other New England states.
The Buckthorn Blaster uses the cut-stump method of invasive plant control, a simple and effective treatment option to stop invasive plant growth.
The advantages of cut-stump treatment include:
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