|Herbicide and bush-type mowing. Contact your County Weed District or local Applicator for more information.
|Riparian areas, lakeshores, fields, roadsides, forest edges and sandy flood plains.
|Extensive, deep and lateral root system
|Linear, alternating on stem.
|Perennial; two years or longer.
|Priority 3 Weed
|Not a noxious weed, but a regulated plant; potential for significant negative economic and ecological impacts.
|Similar Looking Plants
|Autumn olive, silver buffalo-berry, russet buffalo-berry.
|This plant out-competes native vegetation and taxes water reserves when established along waterways. It has been used extensively in Montana for shelterbelts. Roots can reach depths of 35 feet or more.