Sagittaria Control Techniques

Sagittaria is a difficult plant to control due to its aquatic nature, tolerance to herbicide treatments, and prolific seed production. Most control programs aim to either reduce the impact of sagittaria or to contain and prevent further spread. Eradication is often only feasible in small outlier areas, therefore, detection of new infestations while they are small is critical. Control options are limited to herbicide application and physical removal. Currently, there are no biological control agents released in Australia, however, a research program Continue reading “Sagittaria Control Techniques”