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Jul 10 2023 | 1:00pm PDT

Webinars, Seminars and Presentations


Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences


975 W. 6th Street, Moscow, ID 83844

Georgia Harrison, Ph.D. Candidate in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Plant Sciences and the College of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences at the University of Idaho, will present her defense.

Major Professors: Tim Prather & Eva Strand

Georgia’s research stresses the importance of understanding the interaction across fuel types (grasses and shrubs) and emphasizes the importance of low cost, accurate assessment of rangeland condition, fuel abundance and fuel distribution through use of unmanned aerial systems. Additionally, Georgia’s work demonstrates that the use of relatively new herbicide, indaziflam, is effective at controlling annual grasses for at least two years and can be an effective tool for mitigating the fire risk posed by invasive, annual grasses with minimal impact on native species.