Publications and Databases
Extension Publications and Videos Catalog Publications and
videos available through Montana State University Extension Service.
Database System, University of Montana The INVADERS
Database is a comprehensive database of exotic plant names and weed distribution
records for five states in the northwestern United States. The spatial
and temporal spread of weeds can be displayed using the historic distribution
records in INVADERS. The INVADERS web site contains actual examples of
how land management and weed regulatory agencies are using these data to
improve their weed management programs. Noxious weed listings are provided
for the 48 contiguous US states and six southern tier Canadian provinces.
Noxious Weed Survey and Mapping System - Mission: To enhance the
effectiveness of weed management by developing and implementing a standardized
weed mapping system for Montana.
Northwest Weed Management Handbook Purpose:
This handbook is designed as a quick and ready reference of weed control
practices used in various cropping systems or site/situations in Oregon,
Washington, and Idaho. Because chemical regulation of plant growth is complex
and requires considerable knowledge, a large portion of the handbook is
devoted to registered uses of herbicides, crop desiccants, and some plant
growth regulators. Most uses of chemical regulators are based on research
results of the Agricultural Experiment Stations or the Oregon State University
Extension Service and the neighboring states of Idaho and Washington where
circumstances are similar. Otherwise, a few suggestions are included
from research conducted in other states or from the U.S. Department of
Agriculture Research Center at Beltsville, MD. In all cases, authors make
every effort to list only registered herbicides and to ensure that the
information conforms with product labels and company recommendations.
Government Printing Office The Catalog of Government Publication
is available electronically to the public through GPO Access. It provides
bibliographic records of U.S. Government information sources pertaining
to your search topic.
Department of Agriculture The USDA may be contacted directly for
information specific to them. The USDA also has a PLANTS
National Database .
Agricultural Library Homepage Located in Beltsville, MD, this U.S.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) library contains a wealth of information.
Biological Information Infrastructure The NBII is an electronic
gateway to biological data and information maintained by federal, state,
and local government agencies; private sector organizations; and other
partners around the nation and the world.
Page AgNic is a distributed network that provides agriculture-related
information to the public. It was begun as a cooperative effort between
the National Agricultural Library (above), land-grant universities and
other organizations wishing to combine access to agricultural and related
Science Laboratory This laboratory is instrumental in the sustainable
agriculture programs at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, a
division of the USDA in Beltsville, MD. This site includes weed science
Resistant Weeds The results of the International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant
Weeds are posted at this web site. The purpose of this survey is
to monitor the evolution of herbicide-resistant weeds and assess their
impact throughout the world. At this web site you can view current
lists of herbicide-resistant weeds, view a paper and summary graphs of
the survey, and register new occurrences of herbicide-resistant weeds.
and Control North Dakota State University NDSU Extension Service
Weeds and Control Publications.
Documents/Maps, Libraries, University of Maryland Mckeldin Library
has an extensive collection of government documents of all types and is
a federal depository of government publications.
Home Page Online Public Access Catalog: Describes
the books, serials, audiovisuals, and other resources held by NAL and its
Cooperators. Journal Article Citation Index: Describes journal
articles, book chapters, short reports, and reprints.
(CABI) is an international, intergovernmental, not-for-profit organization
established by a treaty-level Agreement among its Member Countries. Its
mission is to help improve human welfare worldwide through the dissemination,
application and generation of scientific knowledge in support of sustainable
development, with emphasis on agriculture, forestry, human health and the
management of natural resources, and with particular attention to the needs
of developing countries.
Plant & Pest Information System growing daily this global database
has huge potential with online editing and realtime updates. You
can become an editor!
Conservation Alliance - Alien Plant Working Group is a web-based
project of the Plant Conservation Alliance's Alien Plant Working Group,
that provides information for the general public, land managers, researchers,
and others on the serious threat and impacts of invasive alien (exotic,
non-native) plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural ecosystems of
the United States.
of North America Program BONAP contains the BONAP's phytogeographic
data current to August, 1999, as part of a cooperative effort with USDA/APHIS
Center for Plant Health Science and Technology. For more information on
BONAP, please go to the (BONAP) main
APHIS PPQ - FEDERAL NOXIOUS WEED LIST
Science Society of America - Photo Herbarium
Homepage - satellite generated maps.
to Noxious Weed Links mtwow.org