Weeds & Invasive Plants

We offer educational resources on weeds, native weeds and invasive species of plants. Information on topics ranging from the economic and environmental harm of invasive species to how to control or eradicate them, as well as the important role native weeds play in our ecosystem, is available to all Texans.

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Weeds & Invasive Plants

Publications

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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) can be used to control weeds, keep lawns healthy and protect the environment.

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Turfgrasses are vital to landscapes, athletic fields, and golf courses; they enhance our quality of life.

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Ponds are nutrient sinks-a place where incoming nutrients from the watershed accumulate over time. This makes ponds the perfect place for aquatic vegetation to grow, often negatively impacting evaporation rates, recreation, aesthetic value, fish, and wildlife habitat. Preventing aquatic vegetation from entering or becoming established in a pond can save time and money in the […]

Programs

We offer numerous free and affordable programs on agriculture and natural resources, family and community health, economic health and youth development. We also offer many volunteer opportunities. Browse the list below.
Program

The Plant Pathology (PLPM) Extension program provides services across Texas through subject-matter specialists in areas of plant health management, plant diseases, plant-microbe interactions and environmental sciences.

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The Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management (RWFM) Stewardship Webinar Series provides research-based strategies and applied management recommendations that enhance stewardship practices for our natural resources.

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Aggie Horticulture provides gardening and horticultural crop production factsheets, guides and databases.

Courses

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This course, which is part of a four course aquatic vegetation series, provides landowners and pesticide applicators with biological information and control strategies for submerged aquatic vegetation in private water bodies. Successful course completion counts toward 1 hour of IPM CEU credit from TDA.

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This four-course aquatic vegetation series provides landowners and pesticide applicators biological information for submerged, algae, floating, and emergent species of problematic aquatic plants found in Texas.

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This course is designed for landowners and pesticide applicators who are looking for emergent aquatic plant identification and management techniques, or an integrated pest management Continuing Education Credit (CEU).

All Resources on Weeds & Invasive Plants

  • Course

    This course, which is part of a four course aquatic vegetation series, provides landowners and pesticide applicators with biological information and control strategies for submerged aquatic vegetation in private water bodies. Successful course completion counts toward 1 hour of IPM CEU credit from TDA.

  • Publication

    Integrated Pest Management (IPM) can be used to control weeds, keep lawns healthy and protect the environment.

  • Publication

    Turfgrasses are vital to landscapes, athletic fields, and golf courses; they enhance our quality of life.

  • Course

    This four-course aquatic vegetation series provides landowners and pesticide applicators biological information for submerged, algae, floating, and emergent species of problematic aquatic plants found in Texas.

  • Course

    This course is designed for landowners and pesticide applicators who are looking for emergent aquatic plant identification and management techniques, or an integrated pest management Continuing Education Credit (CEU).

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