Invasive Plants T.I.P.S.
T.I.P.S., or Targeted Invasive Plant Solutions, is a series created as a resource available to the public and to collaborators involved in invasive plant management across the province.
Each T.I.P.S. publication focuses on the best management practices, and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles, for either an operational activity or a specific invasive plant species. T.I.P.S. publications are developed with input from a board range of technical and industry advisors to ensure that prevention and management options are comprehensive and current.
There are 16 T.I.P.S. for the following invasive plant species:
Blueweed (pdf - 1.46 MB)
Canada Thistle (pdf - 339 kb)
Common Tansy (pdf - 301 kb)
Giant Hogweed (pdf - 327 kb)
Gorse (pdf - 285 kb)
Himalayan Blackberry (pdf - 320 kb)
Hoary Alyssum (pdf - 322 kb)
Invasive Knotweeds (pdf - 310 kb)
Marsh Plume Thistle (pdf - 887 kb)
Orange Hawkweed (pdf - 929 kb)
Oxeye Daisy (pdf - 283 kb)
Scentless Chamomile (pdf - 346 kb)
Scotch Broom (pdf - 280 kb)
Spotted Knapweed (pdf - 311 kb)
Sulphur Cinquefoil (pdf - 273 kb)
Tansy Ragwort (pdf - 1.19 MB)