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How To Identify Cogongrass

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Uploaded on Jul 6, 2011

Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) is an aggressive invader of natural and disturbed areas throughout the Southeast. It disrupts ecosystem functions, reduces wildlife habitat, decreases tree seedling growth and establishment success, and alters fire regimes and intensity. Recognizing the presence of cogongrass is necessary before beginning any management activities. While other species may look similar, cogongrass has a unique combination of characteristics that make field identification possible. If you think you have cogongrass on your land, please contact your local Alabama Forestry Commission office. For more information on cogongrass ecology and control, visit www.forestry.alabama.gov.

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