Location of Hawkweed



Non-native hawkweeds can be extremely invasive in open sunny habitats, forming huge mats and choking out all native plants. We control four species of non-native hawkweed wherever we find them by covering with geotextile fabric, digging out plants, and applying ordinary table vinegar to isolated seedlings. We control common hawkweed in selected sites near high-value habitats and in locations where they are sources for spread, such as gravel pits and exposed landings.


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