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Garlic Mustard Control by Cheryl Culbreth, Landscape Restoration, Inc.

Garlic mustard is the bane of my existence. I have often said I will take 100 acres of buckthorn over one acre of garlic mustard. My field experience, and interactions with  landowners, has shown that options beyond hand-pulling exist to … Continue reading

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GARLIC MUSTARD SEMINAR IN EDEN PRAIRIE, MN

If you have been following my blog and want to join me in person and learn more about garlic mustard and various control options, please pre-register to attend this upcoming event on April 28, 2012 in Eden Prairie, Minnesota:                           … Continue reading

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GARLIC MUSTARD – BANE OF MY EXISTANCE/PART 3

My last blog segment covered first-year garlic mustard seedlings and rosettes. Now for the main event:  How to stop seed production and disbursement of second year garlic mustard plants. Once dispersed, garlic mustard seeds remain viable in the soil for … Continue reading

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ABOUT US – LANDSCAPE RESTORATION, INC.

“Instill in others a passionate desire to preserve and restore our native plant communities and woodland habitats”                                 Mission Statement – Landscape Restoration, Inc Landscape Restoration, Inc. promotes native woodland habitat restoration through our landowner services, education and product sales. Wooded natural … Continue reading

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