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   Terrestrial Plants


Biological Control Program for Common Tansy

Black Henbane

Common Burdock

Dames Rocket

Field Scabious

Garlic Mustard

Himalayan Balsam

Jointed Goatgrass

Leafy Spurge

Oxeye Daisy

Red Bartsia

Russian Knapweed

Salt Cedar

Salt Cedar - 1

Salt Cedar - 2

Scentless Chamomile

Spotted Knapweed

Squarrose Knapweed

Wild Parsnip

Yellow Starthistle

Yellow Toadflax

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   Aquatic Plants:

Curlyleaf Pondweed Fact Sheet

Eurasian Watermilfoil Fact Sheet

Flowering Rush

Flowering Rush Fact Sheet

Purple Loosestrife Fact Sheet

Water Soldier


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Ash Leaf Cone Roller Fact Sheet

Cottony Ash Psyllid Fact Sheet

Gypsy Moth Fact Sheet


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Asian Tapeworm Fact Sheet

Fishhook and Spiny Waterfleas Fact Sheet

New Zealand Mudsnail Fact Sheet

Rusty Crayfish Fact Sheet

Zebra Mussels

Zebra Mussel Fact Sheet


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   General Factsheets & Posters

Cottage Owners Fact Sheet

Don't Move Firewood Factsheet

Don't Move Firewood Poster

Don't Move Firewood Brochure


Thanks to the Alberta Invasive Species Council, Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency for use of their factsheets.
Funding for this project in 2013 has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Canadian Agricultural Adapta-tion Program (CAAP). In Saskatchewan, this program is delivered by the Agriculture Council of Saskatchewan.

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