Boxelder (Acer negundo), also known as ashleaf maple, is native to the central and eastern United States. Commonly found in bottomlands and stream corridors, it has adapted to drier areas and a wide range of soil pH levels. Boxelder grows quickly and is a prolific producer of winged seeds that are carried through the air or consumed and spread by wildlife, making it very invasive.
Mechanical control is not effective for long, since boxelder tends to resprout after cutting, which makes control difficult along utility rights of way....More
Reliability is the most important attribute for a successful power utility company. As the backbone of our nation’s energy program, reliable electricity supply along utility lines means power continues flowing to homes and hospitals in the heat of summer. Controlling vegetation in utility rights of way and at substations is essential to keeping crews out of harm’s way....More
Everyone who mixes and loads pesticides and disposes of pesticide containers must understand proper procedure. Use this 20-minute training presentation that is part of the DuPont Crop Protection Land Management Learning Series as a refresher course or new-employee training tool....More
Everyone who handles pesticides needs to learn about the product stewardship best practices for handling, storing and transporting them. To learn more, take this 20-minute, self-directed training module available free of charge as part of the DuPont Crop Protection Land Management Learning Series...More