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    Author(s): Richard E. Francis; Meredith J. Morris; Richard J. Myhre; Daniel L. Noble
    Date: 1980
    Source: In: Proceedings, Northern Regional Leafy Spurge Conference: December 17-18, 1979, Ramada Inn, Billings, Montana. [Helena, MT: The Dept.?]: 1-4
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Description

    Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) infests more than 2.25 million acres of agricultural and range lands in the United States and had an economic impact of $10.5 million in 1978 (Noble et al. 1979). The most widespread and heaviest areas of infestation are in the northern and central Great Plains. However, quantitative information and compatible inventory and monitoring procedures for leafy spurge are lacking (Noble et al. 1979).

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    Citation

    Francis, Richard E.; Morris, Meredith J.; Myhre, Richard J.; Noble, Daniel L. 1980. Inventory and analysis of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) sites: a feasibility study. In: Proceedings, Northern Regional Leafy Spurge Conference: December 17-18, 1979, Ramada Inn, Billings, Montana. [Helena, MT: The Dept.?]: 1-4

    Keywords

    Euphorbia esula L., leafy spurge, infestation, remote sensing, inventory, monitoring, North Dakota, Great Plains

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