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Herbaceous Weed Control

Updated 07/22/2011

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Fact Sheet - Herbaceous Weed Control (PDF; 887KB)


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The NRCS provides cost share assistance to agricultural producers to remove or control herbaceous weeds, including invasive, noxious and prohibited plants, on private and public land.

Purpose

Herbaceous weed control improves forage conditions for domestic livestock or wildlife.

The practice will:

  • Enhance accessibility, quantity, and quality of forage and/or browse
  • Restore or release native or create desired plant communities and wildlife habitat consistent with the ecological site
  • Protect soils
  • Control erosion
  • Reduce fine-fuels fire hazard and improve air quality

Conditions Where the Practice Applies

Herbaceous weed control is applicable on range and pasture land where removal, reduction, or manipulation of herbaceous vegetation is desired. This practice does not apply to active cropland. For active cropland, use Integrated Pest Management (Practice Code 595).

Eligible lands include range and pasture on both private and public land allotments.

Financial Assistance

NRCS will provide eligible landowners with financial payments for the cost for chemical and its application. Historically underserved producers, including beginning, socially disadvantaged, and limited resource farmers and ranchers may be eligible for a higher payment rate. Payments will be made at the current, established program payment rates.

For Complete Details and More Information

Contact your local NRCS office for complete details. For office locations, please call (775) 857-8500 or visit our Nevada NRCS Web site at http://www.nv.nrcs.usda.gov/contact.

Applications may be submitted throughout the year, and periodic closing dates will be set to rank and fund submitted applications.


National NRCS Conservation Programs

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