Integrated Vegetation Management Fact Sheet
Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) is generally defined as the practice of promoting desirable, stable, low-growing plant communities that will resist invasion by tall growing tree species through the use of appropriate, environmentally-sound, and cost-effective control methods. These methods can include a combination of chemical, biological, cultural, mechanical, and/or manual treatments.
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Where can I use IVM?
Who can use IVM?
How do IVM programs work?