Salt Cedar Control Demonstration Act report (to accompany S. 1516). by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

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Subjects:

  • Tamarix -- Control -- West (U.S.),
  • Russian olive -- Control -- West (U.S.)

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SeriesReport / 108th Congress, 2d session, Senate -- 108-235.
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Pagination15 p. ;
Number of Pages15
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Open LibraryOL17723556M

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Congress. House. Committee on Resources.]. The Salt Cedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act of (Public Law ) directs the Department of the Interior to submit a report to Congress that includes an assessment of several issues surrounding these two nonnative trees, now dominant components of the vegetation along many rivers in the Western United States.

The primary intent of this document is to provide the science assessment called for under The Saltcedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act of (Public Law –; the Act).

A species profile for Saltcedar, salt cedar, tamarisk. Lowers the water table and creates large deposits of salt in the soil (Di Tomaso ). Enclosure.

H.R. Salt Cedar and Russian Olive Control Assessment and Demonstration Act Summary: H.R. would authorize appropriations totaling $ million over the period for a program to address the infestation of Salt Cedar and Russian Olive trees in national forests and public lands in western states.

Salt Cedar Control Demonstration Act - Directs the Secretary of the Interior (the Secretary), acting through the Commissioner of Reclamation and in cooperation with the Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of Defense to carry out a salt cedar (Tamarix spp) and Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) assessment and demonstration program to.

Long Title: To provide for an assessment of the extent of the invasion of Salt Cedar and Russian Olive on lands in the Western United States and efforts to date to control such invasion on public and private lands, including tribal lands, to establish a demonstration program to address the invasion of Salt Cedar and Russian Olive, and for other.

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years of defoliation by leaf beetles, the salt-cedar canopy at a study site in Big Spring, TX decreased by 85 to 95 percent, and about 20 percent of the trees were dead. Biological control does not kill salt-cedar trees quickly, but its benefits begin almost immediately. Figure 3.

Saltcedar trees defoliated by saltcedar leaf beetles. Figure 4. FACT SHEET: SALTCEDAR Saltcedar Tamarix aphylla, T. chinensis, T. gallica, T. parviflora, and T. ramosissima Tamarisk family (Tamaricaceae) NATIVE RANGE Eurasia and Africa DESCRIPTION Most saltcedars, or tamarisks, are deciduous shrubs or small trees growing to feet in height and forming dense thickets.

Tamarix aphylla is an. The report, Saltcedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act Science Assessment, was completed to fulfill requirements in the Salt Cedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act of (Public Law ).

The full report, USGS Scientific Investigations Reportis available online along with USGS Fact Sheet that. for saltcedar control. Your results may vary, but you should be able to kill more than seven of ten saltcedar plants treated.

Choose the Brush Busters method recommended for the number and size of plants you wish to control. If you have only a few plants, and they are smooth-barked, you will find the Stem Spray Method works best.

T he Salt Cedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act of (Public Law –) directs the Department of the Interior to submit a report to Congress that includes an assessment of several issues surrounding these two nonnative trees, now dominant com-ponents of the vegetation along many rivers in the Western United States.

The cedar choppers and cedar yards may be long gone, but their legacy hangs on in the form of four processing companies that distill thousands of pounds of Texas cedarwood oil (also known as cedar. Saltcedar leaves and stems secrete a high concentration of salt into the ground around them preventing growth and development of native plants.

Wildlife is also affected by the saltcedar due to a lack of protein found in the plant rendering it unfit for consumption. Sudbrock, A. Tamarisk control. Fighting Back: An overview of the. By the time the Salt River reaches downtown Phoenix, it is a river in name only.

Some scientists think that is why a non-native plant, the salt cedar, is thriving while native flora are suffering. Salt Cedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act. Public Land Corps Healthy Forest Restoration Act. National Plan for Control and Management of Sudden Oak Death.

Noxious Weed Control and Eradication Act. Plant Protection Act. Alien Species Prevention and Enforcement Act. Aquatic Plants. Classification of Nonnative Aquatic Organisms.

tours, demonstration projects and school outreach activities will be used to emphasize the size and seriousness of the problem to all sectors of the public. PSAs featuring the Russian olive video developed by the YRCDC Resource Advisory Council will be utilized throughout the Yellowstone basin.

Similar products and messages for. All biological control programs are regulated under the National Environmental Policy Act and the U. Department of Agriculture-Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA–APHIS). Exotic insects can be imported and released in the United States only if they have been approved by APHIS and the participating states.

Cedar and Salt book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(1). Funding and Backing for Salt-Cedar Removal! Funding for this project in was through the BIA’s WRO’s Forestry Department Woodland Management Grant ($65,)! The San Carlos Apache Tribal Council has backed this project and subsequent projects to reduce noxious weeds and revitalize the native ecosystem to help maintain.A little wood glue, a few clamps, and time left me with a saltcedar cube.

Using a Japanese Ryoba Saw, I cut the finger joints flush.I rounded over all the edges with a rasp and smoothed all surfaces with sandpaper, working progressively up from 60 to grit.Established salt cedar populations are difficult to control and require multiple years of intensive management.

Removing all woody material is essential as the plant can resprout from twigs. A management program should include prevention, monitoring, and treatment of small satellite populations before plants develop extensive roots.

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