What are the weed lists?

The state Noxious Weed List is divided into four categories.

  • List A - weeds identified by the state as uncommon and are required to be eradicated. Eradication means the complete elimination of the plant prior to reproduction.
  • List B - weeds identified as having varying populations throughout the state. Eradication zones may be established in areas where the weed is uncommon. In areas where the weed is more common, control and population containment is required.
  • List C - weeds that are common throughout the state that property owners are encouraged to control.
  • Watch List - weeds whose invasiveness have not yet been determined but are new to the state and have been shown to be invasive elsewhere.

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1. How did noxious weeds get here?
2. What are noxious weeds?
3. What are the weed lists?
4. What do I do if I have one of these weeds?
5. What does the law say about noxious weeds?
6. Whom do I contact about tall weeds?
7. Why are noxious weeds a problem?