Knapweed … Going, Going, Gone
In a report from the Agricultural Commissioner, David Chang, we are informed that he inspected the Flood Control Restoration Site on More Mesa, and did not find any Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens)! The outlook is very good that we have eliminated this local infestation. However, in order to ensure that Russian knapweed will not return to More Mesa, the site will continue to be periodically inspected by the County.
MMPC, as part of a team consisting of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Channel Islands Restoration, County Flood Control, and the Agricultural Commissioner’s Office, is happy to have played a role in ridding More Mesa of this toxic weed.