Date(s) - July 10, 2019, Wednesday
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Scio Twp Hall
A Short Evening of Stiltgrass
Stiltgrass has been promoted to the top three Michigan herbaceous invasives. It shares the platform with kudzu which I’m sure that all of you have know as the vine that ate the south. It is now nibbling on the south edge of Michigan. So, I would like you to think of stiltgrass as the kudzu of grasses. It has now been documented in three counties.
The Washtenaw Stiltgrass Working Group will be providing information on stiltgrass identification and habits, the location of currently identified populations, and what you can do if you find it on your property.
To gain control we need many eyes looking for the small starter populations before they explode across acres. If you have not yet learned about it, you can find more information on our website:
You can learn more and ask questions at our next meeting:
Wednesday, July 10th from 6:30-7:30pm
Scio Twp Hall, 827 N. Zeeb Road