Managing Perennial Pepperweed

Delicate wetland ecosystems that offer important wildlife habitats are threatened from multiple sources. One is the rapid expansion of non-native, invasive plants that choke out natural species and alter the wetlands. Perennial pepperweed poses such a threat to seasonal wetlands in California and other Western states. A study in the current issue of the journal Invasive Plant Science and Management examines characteristics of encroaching pepperweed. Two sites in the San Francisco Bay Area bioregion were studied to develop more effective …


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