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.
Summaries of State Plant Protection Laws and Regulations
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