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Efficient Control of Bush Honeysuckle

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Presentation on control methods for the invasive bush honeysuckle.

Presentation on control methods for the invasive bush honeysuckle.

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  • 1. Efficient Control of Bush Honeysuckle, Lonicera mackii.
  • 2. Biology and Life History• Range: Endemic to northeastern China, Manchuria, Korea, and Japan.• Introduced in Europe in 1887, Canada in 1896, and US in 1898 at the New York Botanic Garden
  • 3. Current Range in North America
  • 4. Criteria used in determining the priorities in honeysuckle control1. Is it a high quality habitat? There are mature trees, diverse native plants or rare species present.2 Is it accessible for efficient control? More acres can be restored.3. Is there direct public benefit? Includes overlooks, trails, recreation areas.4. Is it a seed source? Honeysuckle exposed to sun light on edges or in full sun produce seed.5. Is the area impacted by E.A.B. or deer? Invasive plants have more impact here.
  • 5. Over browsing by deer
  • 6. Costs of bush honeysuckle controlContracted foliar treatment: $150 - $400/acreContracted cut and chip: $3200/acreContracted brush mowing: $900/acreContracted aerial spray application $50 – 100/acreIn-house brush mowing: $400/acreIn-house foliar treatment: $100 - $200/acreIn-house cut and treat stumps: $1200/acre
  • 7. Cut and chip
  • 8. Volunteers chop, dig, and pull
  • 9. Cutting with large equipment
  • 10. Fall foliar application of herbicide2% Glyphosate Foliar Treatment with AMS and MSO
  • 11. Production Rate 2+ Acres per hour
  • 12. Spray 2.5 Qts Round-up Powermax,17lbs/100 gal AMS, 4oz Direct antidrift3 gals water/Acre ULV Treatment.
  • 13. Before control
  • 14. After control
  • 15. Open Soil invites invasivesSeed it or weep.
  • 16. Fill the void!!!!! Grassy Matrix of Virginia Wild Rye and River Oats allow For selective control year 1 and 2
  • 17. Maintenance is key, Burn, Mow or SpotSpray Yearly or as needed.
  • 18. Prairie planted after honeysuckle was removed.
  • 19. Add desirable species 3 to 4 years later