Invasive plant control testing project has started in McKaig Nature Education Center. One of McKaig's college student interns has created 4 areas to test control measures for Lesser Celandine.
Lesser celandine outcompetes and excludes native plants. It emerges before most other spring ephemeral plants which can give it a competitive advantage over our native understory plant communities. It is invasive, difficult to control and is spreading in McKaig.
All 4 areas are just off the Cadet Trail near markers White 11, 19, 20 and 21.
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