Land Plants - invasive

Spurge Laurel (Daphne laureola) on Jan 2, 2017

Submitter does not have a specimen
EDRR Status: Local expert notified

Description of specimen

numerous plants in Miller Park
map from iphone geotag

Commentary

Dear Doug, Thanks for reporting Spurge Laurel. It is really valuable to be made aware of new populations to track it's spread and then be able to prioritize responses. I have also observes spurge laurel in the Melvin Miller park, along with shining geranium, blackberry, and holly, and more! It would be fun and valuable to organize a neighborhood spurge pull party to help protect what is a beautiful wooded park. I will forward this to the City of Eugene and the Oregon Department of Ag Weed Program to determine what kind of response is necessary. Thanks again and keep the reports coming! Sincerely, Tania

Here is a link to a useful factsheet from the 4 county CWMA: https://4ccwma.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/sl.pdf


Tania Siemens
Watershed and Invasive Species Education (WISE) Program
Oregon Sea Grant
Oregon State University
cell: 541-914-0701 email: tania.siemens@oregonstate.edu
http://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/invasive-species/wise

Tania Siemens
Jan. 6, 2017, 8:34 a.m.