Invasive Plant Management Guides

An invasive plant species is a species of plant that has been introduced to a new area and is causing environmental harm to that area.  Not all introduced plant species are invasive.  By removing these invasive plants from your backyard, you are helping us reduce the spread of invasive plants and preserve Nevada's ecosystem.

Click on the images below to open an invasive species management guide!

Non-native Plants
whitetop
Siberian Elm
Mayweed chamomile
puncturevine
canada thistle
Musk Thistle
Russian Olive
Tansy Mustard
Poison Hemlock
Purple Loosestrife
Friendly _weeds
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