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2001 Spurgefest II

Symposium Proceedings
Medora, ND, June 19-21, 2001

Abstracts by Subject:

BASIC

1. GENOMICS APPROACH TO INVESTIGATE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF ROOT BUDS IN LEAFY SPURGE.  Wun S. Chao, James V. Anderson, and David P. Horvath
 

2. TEAM LEAFY SPURGE SURVEY OF RANCH OPERATORS, LAND MANAGERS AND LOCAL DECISION MAKERS. Nancy M. Hodur and F. Larry Leistritz
 

3. A MOST TROUBLESOME WEED: WHAT HAS BEEN DONE, WHAT ELSE CAN WE DO?  Michael E. Foley, James V. Anderson, Wun S. Chao, and David P. Horvath
 

4. OPERATIONS COMPONENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO TEAM LEAFY SPURGE, AREA WIDE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA). Robert D. Richard, Chad W. Prosser, and Connie O’Brien

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL

1. CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF FEMALE-BIASED SEX RATIOS IN APHTHONA FLEA BEETLES. David J. Kazmer
 

2. ECOLOGICAL BARRIERS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND POPULATION INCREASE OF FLEA BEETLES ON LEAFY SPURGE. Robert Nowierski, David Kazmer, David Horvath, and Richard Hansen
 

3. ASSESSING BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS FOR AREA-WIDE CONTROL OF LEAFY SPURGE WITH FOCI IN MONTANA AND SOUTH DAKOTA. Matthew S. Parker and Jack L. Butler
 

4. THE UTILZATION OF OBEREA ERYTHROCEPHALA AS AN ADDITIONAL BIO-CONTROL AGENT ON LEAFY SPURGE IN THE LITTLE MISSOURI RIVER BASIN, AND IN SOUTHEAST AND NORTH CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA. Denise L. Olson and Donald A. Mundal
 

5. LEAFY SPURGE BIOCONTROL IN THE LITTLE MISSOURI RIVER DRAINAGE. Don Kirby
 

6. EFFECTS OF LEAFY SPURGE THINNING ON ESTABLISHMENT AND POPULATION INCREASE OF APHTHONA FLEA BEETLES. David J. Kazmer, Chad Prosser, and Gerry Anderson
 

7. TEAM LEAFY SPURGE DEMONSTRATION ASSESSMENT, MEDORA N.D. James S. Jacobs and Roger S. Sheley

CHEMICAL

1. HERBICIDE EVALUATION FOR LEAFY SPURGE IN SOUTH DAKOTA. Leon J. Wrage and Darrell L. Deneke
 

2. IMPACT OF GRASSHOPPER TREATMENTS ON ESTABLISHED POPULATIONS OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS (Aphthona spp.) FOR LEAFY SPURGE. R. Nelson Foster, K. Chris Reuter,Loren K. Winks,Terry E. Reule and R. D. Richard
 

3. EVALUATION OF DIFLUFENZOPYR APPLIED WITH QUINCLORAC AND DICAMBA FOR LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA L.) CONTROL. Kenneth J. Deibert and Rodney G. Lym
 

4. THREE-WAY HERBICIDE MIXTURE INCREASED LEAFY SPURGE CONTROL. Katheryn M. Christianson and Rodney G. Lym

ECOLOGY

1. NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIION OF SELECTED INVASIVE SPEICES. Kevin Sedivec and Chad Prosser
 

2. EFFECTS OF LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA L.) CONTROL ON THE WESTERN PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHID (PLATANTHERA PRAECLARA SHEVIAK AND BOWLES). Ann M. Erickson and Rodney G. Lym

ECONOMICS

1. FEASIBILITY OF USING A SHEEP COOPERATIVE TO CONTROL LEAFY SPURGE. Dan J. Nudell, Dean A. Bangsund, F. Larry Leistritz, and Timothy Faller
 

2. ECONOMICS OF USING SHEEP TO CONTROL LEAFY SPURGE. Dean A. Bangsund, Dan J. Nudell, and F. Larry Leistritz

GRAZING

1. EFFECTS OF MULTI-SPECIES GRAZING AND BIO-CONTROL ON LEAFY SPURGE INFESTED RANGELAND GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. Luke W. Samuel, Kevin . Sedivec, Timothy C. Faller, and Jack D. Dahl
 

2. INVESTIGATIONS ON POTENTIAL WAYS TO IMPROVE LEAFY SPURGE CONTROL BY LIVESTOCK. Scott L. Kronberg

TECHNOLOGY

1. AN ECOLOGICALLY BASED DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR MANAGING LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA) INFESTED RANGELAND. Roger L Sheley , Matthew J. Rinella , and James S. Jacobs
 

2. WYOMING ASSESSMENT PROJECT AND REMOTE SENSING OF LEAFY SPURGE. Amy Parker Williams and David J. Kazmer
 

3. DETECTION OF LEAFY SPURGE INFESTATIONS THROUGH IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY USING THE COMPACT AIRBORNE SPECTROGRAPHIC IMAGER.  Ralph Root, Ray Kokaly, Karl Brown, Gerry Anderson, and Steve Hager
 

4. DEVELOPMENT OF A GIS DATABASE FOR THE TEAM LEAFY SPURGE PROJECT. Steve Hager
 

5. CHANGE DETECTION OF LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA) INFESTATIONS USING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. G.L.Anderson, C.W. Prosser, Ralph Root, Raymond Kokaly, and S. Hager
 

6. MANAGEMENT APPROACH FOR LEAFY SPURGE CONTROL. Andrew Canham, Dennis Mann, Jerry Moller, and Larry Nelson
 

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