Scotch Broom

Black Cottonwood

Big Leaf Maple


One of the primary needs for vegetation management is to control competing vegetation while a newly planted forest becomes established.  Here are a few of the primary species that can establish quickly and hinder your seedlings growth.

Competing Vegetation

Though generally less cost efficient, mechanical treatment is a viable option where pesticide application is not wanted or is prohibited.  This can be accomplished by a machine or by hand slashing.

Vegetation Management

Pesticide Application

Whether for site preparation, post planting, road clearing, or invasive species control, vegetation management is a key to the sustainability and health of your timberland.  We can accomplished your vegetation management goals either by pesticide application or by mechanical treatment.

Pesticides are an efficient and cost effective means of vegetation management.  We have one licensed commercial applicator, and two licensed commercial operators who know the laws and safety of pesticide application very well.  We can obtain permits for and help conduct aerial spraying as well.

Mechanical Treatment

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Tansy and Tansy Ragwort

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Gorse can look very similar to scotch broom from a distance, however gorse has a spiny leaf that scotch broom does not.

This plant is poisonous to certain livestock when eaten.  Notice the Cinnabar Moth larvae eating some of the plants.  These larvae were introduced to help prevent the spread of the weed.

Here are some of the most common noxious weeds to look for on your property.

Noxious Weeds

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