“Integrated vegetation management is incorporating all the tools in the toolbox,” says Rick Johnstone of IVM Partners. “So you have choices you can make. You can hand cut, you can mow it, you can broadcast treat, you can selectively treat. What IVM ends up being is that you take those best practices incorporating them at the right time, so that it then takes it to the next stage where you take advantage of biological control.”
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