Japanese Stiltgrass Detection in Short Hills Provincial Park
Invasive Species Centre
This webinar gives an overview of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Invasive Plants Program focusing on detection and monitoring of Japanese Stiltgrass in Short Hills Provincial Park in the Niagara, Ontario region.
Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) - Identification & Control June 4, 2020
The Woodland Steward
Japanese Stiltgrass is a highly invasive, non-native plant that has a significant negative impact on our native woodlands. We discuss its identification (including some look-alikes) and control thorough the use mowing, mechanical pulling, and chemical spraying (using glyphosate, Grass-B-Gone, Fusilade II, Acclaim Extra, and Milestone). Join the Woodland Steward in this visit to Oak Haven, a 60-acre private woodland in Southwest Ohio near Cincinnati, where stiltgrass is the new threat on the block.
Stiltgrass Eradication Compilation
Author: Chilcote Forestry
This series of videos shows the process of getting rid of the invasive species Japanese Stiltgrass and regenerating a young forest and creating a new food plot on a mountain ridge.
Preparing for Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) in the Northeast
Author: NY Invasives
The Northeast Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change (RISCC) Management Network presents a discussion on how to prepare for Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum), a species that is expected to expand and establish within Northeastern states with climate change. Dr. Luke Flory (University of Florida) and Angela Sirois-Pitel (The Nature Conservancy) share their knowledge of and experiences with this species, followed by a facilitated discussion by Dr. Toni Lyn Morelli.