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PDF 34 pages slideshow 9 species identified by Charles R. Hart, Ph.D. Texas Cooperative Extension. Texas Riparian Invasive Plants (TXRIP) Task Force - weed identification and control.
  • Began by TDA in Fall 2001
  • Primary focus on the control of water utilizing/water restrictive riparian invasive plants.
  • Cooperative effort among state agencies, private industry, ngo?s and federal agencies.
  • Periodic meetings held through Fall 2004

Invasive Aquatic Plants

  • Hydrilla
  • Water Hyacinth
  • Giant Salvinia

Invasive Riparian Plants

  • Giant Cane (Arundo)

Invasive Terrestrial Plants

  • Tropical Soda Apple
  • African rue Peganum harmala
  • Chinese Tallow Tree Sapium sebiferum
  • Malta Starthistle Centaurea melitensis
  • Yellow Starthistle Centaurea solstitialis

Agencies Involved:

  • Texas Department of Agriculture
  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
  • Texas Cooperative Extension
  • Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board
  • Texas Department of Transportation
  • Texas Forest Service
  • Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Regions Impacted: (See related documents in region) USA, Southern, Southwest

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