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- ANTIQUE LITERATURE ON WEEDS - this page compiles some of the earliest weed science literature available in digital format, thanks to Dr. John Byrd Jr., Mississippi State University for his efforts in collecting this invaluable resource.
- INVASIVE SPECIES AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE edited by Lewis Ziska, USDA-ARS, USA and Jeffery Dukes, Purdue University, USA will be published by CABI in August. Taking a global perspective, this book examines what will happen to invasive species, including plants, animals and pathogens, with current and expected man-made climate change. Invasive Species and Global Climate Change shows how climatic change is likely to act synergistically with invasive species biology and highlights the consequences for native and managed ecosystems around the world. You can order the book at a 20% discount by entering the code CCISGCC20 at the online checkout http://www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781780641645
- MONTANA NOXIOUS WEEDS EDUCATION PROJECT A noxious weed curriculum was recently developed to be implemented into Montana’s schools. This website provides all of the tools for educators to teach the lesson plans included in the curriculum. This project was produced in collaboration with the Montana Agriculture in the Classroom program through the Montana Department Agriculture.
- WEED ECOLOGY IN NATURAL AND AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
by B.D. Booth, University of Guelph, Canada, S. D. Murphy, University of Waterloo, Canada and C. J. Swanton, University of Guelph, Canada. This textbook introduces ecological principles to students interested in weed science and weed management.
- ECOLOGY OF WEEDS AND INVASIVE PLANTS, 3rd Edition
The newly revised and updated classic reference, Ecology of Weeds and Invasive Plants: Relationship to Agriculture and Natural Resource Management, 3rd Edition, by
S.R. Radosevich, J.S. Holt, and C.M. Ghersa, is available for purchase from John Wiley.
- HERBICIDE PHYSIOLOGY: PSPP 546
An online graduate course offered through the Department of Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology, Montana State University. For more details about the course, contact the course moderator Dr. William Dyer (firstname.lastname@example.org). See MSU’s website for additional details and schedule.