Herbicides: Invasive plants are non-native species that may spread and out-compete native species in a given habitat. If left unchecked, invasive plants may become a dominant plant in a given habitat, with the potential to disrupt the natural occurring species of wildlife and plants in that habitat. Herbicides may be used to control certain invasive plant species in the course of conducting wetlands management projects to reduce the possibility of spreading the invasive plant to areas where it currently does not exist. Herbicides selected for use in this program are labeled for aquatic and upland environments and are acceptable for applications in and/or adjacent to wetland habitats.
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