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  • MISC - Maryland Invasive Species Council
    Service Northern Research Station Bugwood org The Maryland Invasive Species Council MISC provides leadership concerning invasive species and encourages efforts that prevent the introduction of and manage the impact of invasive species on Maryland ecosystems Thurs May 19 2016 National

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  • Invader of the Month: April 2016
    as Ontario and Quebec Canada The beetle has killed millions of trees some estimates are as high as 25 50 million trees Some of the EAB spread can be attributed to normal insect movement but much is human assisted including the transport of infested firewood and nursery stock Due to the spread of EAB the US Department of Agriculture USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has enacted a federal quarantine see link below The quarantine allows for free movement of ash material within its boundaries Due to the recent spread of EAB to the Eastern Shore the entire state of Maryland is now under the federal quarantine Woodpecker damage of infested tree Photo Kenneth R Law USDA APHIS PPQ Bugwood org cropped Crown dieback and epicormic sprouting Photo Daniel Herms The Ohio State University Bugwood org Maryland has more than 5 million ash trees Many line our streams and rivers helping to filter out sediment and pollutants from our water Ash trees are also commonly planted along streets and lawns providing shade and air quality benefits in urban areas As EAB moves across Maryland all of these trees are at risk along with the benefits they provide When these trees die they may become very brittle and snap within a few months posing a serious safety hazard In response to the ecological and public safety threats posed by EAB a host of tools is being used in the fight to manage this devastating pest Chemical treatments are available and effective for protecting healthy trees Trunk injections of emamectin benzoate are currently the most effective option and last two years This method must be done by a licensed pesticide applicator It is effective but expensive to treat large numbers of trees particularly since they need retreatment every year or two

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  • Invader of the Month: Archived Invaders
    Bug May 2012 Lesser Celandine April 2012 Types of Weed Control March 2012 Japanese Angelica Tree January 2012 2011 Marsh Dayflower October 2011 Castor Aralia September 2011 Oak Wilt August 2011 Rose Rosette Disease July 2011 Beefsteak plant June 2011 Bait April 2011 Goats March 2011 Bamboo January 2011 2010 Paper Mulberry December 2010 Pine Shoot Beetle November 2010 Winter Moth October 2010 Cogongrass September 2010 Trifoliate Orange August 2010 Leatherleaf Mahonia July 2010 Chocolate Vine June 2010 White Nose Syndrome May 2010 Feral Cats April 2010 Autumn olive March 2010 Norway Maple January 2010 2009 Feral Hogs December 2009 Could Your Pet Be an Invasive Species November 2009 Elm Yellows October 2009 Japanese Knotweed September 2009 Black and pale swallow worts August 2009 Asian Longhorned Beetle July 2009 Hydrilla June 2009 Mimosa May 2009 Nutria April 2009 Grass Carp March 2009 Bait bucket introductions February 2009 Firewood January 2009 2008 Beech Bark Disease Complex December 2008 Winged Euonymus November 2008 Brown Marmorated Stink Bug October 2008 Kudzu August 2008 Poison Hemlock July 2008 Gypsy Moth June 2008 Didymo May 2008 Chestnut Blight April 2008 Whirling Disease March 2008 Water Lettuce January 2008 2007 Laurel Wilt December 2007 Rusty Crayfish November 2007 Miscanthus October 2007 Tree of Heaven September 2007 Wavyleaf basketgrass August 2007 Chinese Mitten crab July 2007 Japanese Hops June 2007 Princess Tree Paulownia tomentosa May 2007 Callery pears April 2007 MSX Haplosporidium nelsoni March 2007 Varroa Mite February 2007 Emerald Ash Borer January 2007 2006 Japanese Barberry December 2006 Wineberry September 2006 Purple Loosestrife July 2006 Multiflora Rose May 2006 Viburnum Leaf Beetle April 2006 House Sparrow March 2006 Green Crab February 2006 Sirex noctilio January 2006 2005 Japanese Honeysuckle November 2005 Resident Canada Geese October 2005 Phragmites July 2005 Brown Marmorated Stink Bug June 2005 Mute

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  • Next MISC Meeting
    2351 Visiting the National Agricultural Library Directions to National Agricultural Library NOTE Follow signs to Visitor Parking Walk in through main entrance up the hill visitors must check in at the security desk Agenda Coming Soon Please let us know if you might be attending Send an email to Robert Trumbule maryland gov and ask to add your name to the visitors list Call to Order Additions to the Agenda

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  • About MISC
    Members Calendar of Events Invader of the Month In the News Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland Information and Resources Mission Statement The MARYLAND INVASIVE SPECIES COUNCIL MISC provides leadership concerning invasive species and encourages efforts that prevent the introduction

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  • Calendar of Events
    MISC Calendar of Events Invader of the Month In the News Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland Information and Resources Click Here For Next Meeting Details CONTACT US SITE MAP

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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland
    an Invasive Species Invader of the Month Current Events Related State Legislation In the News Calendar of Events Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland What Can You Do Resources Check here for the latest information on invasive species in Maryland

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  • In the News
    Tweets by mdinvasives For information about invasive plant removal projects in your area please visit the following websites Maryland Sierra Club Invasive Plant Removal Events by County Montgomery Parks Weed Warriors Baltimore City Weed Warriors Carroll County Weed Warriors Maryland

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