Exotic Pest Reporting
Japanese stilt grass
Japanese stilt grass (Microstegium vimineum) is an invasive plant of Shade, low elevation, and moist to mesic soils . It is a native of Asia and was first detected in Tennessee in approximately 1918.
An invader of forested floodplains, also found in ditches, fields, forest edges and trails.
01/13/2020 - Invaders everywhere in southern Indiana
09/17/2019 - Invasion of the Japanese stiltgrass
08/22/2019 - Invasive of the month- Japanese stiltgrass moves in
09/20/2018 - Control Japanese Stiltgrass Now Before It Flowers!
08/23/2018 - Take a stand against Japanese stiltgrass
08/14/2017 - Japanese stiltgrass, a prolific invasive species
04/07/2015 - Management of Microstegium vimineum