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Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology

2014 Kudzu Specifications

Application treatments for the control of Kudzu in Clark, Clay, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Greene, Harrison, Jefferson, Jennings, Knox, Lake, LaPorte, Lawrence, Martin, Morgan, Orange, Owen, Posey, Starke, Sullivan, Vigo, Warrick, and Washington Counties


DNR contacts:

Ken Cote


Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology

812-332-7249

Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology

402 W. Washington St., Rm. W290

Indianapolis, IN 46204

317-232-4120

317-232-2649 fax

Kudzu Specifications
It is estimated to take 30-35 days of treatment, erosion work and brush clearing to complete this contract with ideal weather conditions.
Application services to provide and apply the chemicals listed below to control the population of the exotic, pest plant, Kudzu (Pueraria lobata) at locations in Indiana (Clark, Clay, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Greene, Harrison, Jefferson, Jennings, Knox, Lake, Laporte, Lawrence, Martin, Morgan, Orange, Owen, Posey, Starke, Sullivan, Vigo, Warrick, and Washington Counties) per the following specifications, directions and other information. A DNR representative from the Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology will provide detailed site information or a visit the site with the contractor prior to any application.
Application Services

A. Applications will start on or as close to August 1, 2014 for ideal treatment time.


B. A representative from the DNR must be present during any application. The DNR representative will give the order to start, stop or alter application.
C. A list of the 2014 Kudzu treatment sites and their Site Assessments is provided with these specifications. At this time the treatment will cover the 52 sites listed with a total of 61.2 acres.

D. Application will consist of one treatment per site.


E. With certain sites, there will be a need to treat with more than one of the approved chemicals listed below. This will depend on the assessment of each site and will be approved by the DNR representative.
F. The contractor will maintain treatment records for a minimum of two years from the date of application. The record must include a minimum of application date, site name, number of acres treated, herbicide trade name and formulation, active ingredient, EPA registration number, name of manufacturer, rate of application, total amount of chemical used, , company name, name of applicator, methods of application, weather conditions and difficulties encountered. A copy of contractor application records for all sites will be provided to the DNR once all treatments have been conducted.
G. The contractor must have CHEM TREC and all emergency phone numbers on site before any applications are performed.
H. The contractor must provide a written standard operating procedure/ emergency spill plan for handling all pesticide spills of any size. This SOP will be provided to the DNR, Division of Entomology prior to any pesticide applications.


  1. The contractor and applicators will follow all guidelines in the DNR Work & Safety Plan

J. The contractor will need to treat certain sites for erosion control. Refer to the “Brief Summary of Site Information” for the sites that have an Erosion Plan set up. The DNR representative will visit the sites after treatment and evaluate for when to start erosion control measures. The DNR representative will contact the contractor to set up a date to apply the erosion control measures.


I The contract will need to remove brush from

Herbicide

  1. Herbicides that may be used and must be labeled for kudzu:

    1. Clopyralid

    2. Glyphosate

    3. Metsulfuron: Spot treatment only

    4. Triclopyr: Spot Treatment only

  2. The contractor will supply the herbicides needed for this contract.

  3. A representative from DNR will select the type of herbicides applied to each site.



Licenses:

  1. The contracting business must have employees that have a current Indiana Pesticide Applicator’s Licenses in the appropriate category and associated liability Insurance for each site. The employees of the contractor overseeing and/or conducting herbicide applications will need all of the following: 2- Forestry; 3a-Ornamental; 6-Right of Way to complete all of the sites.




  1. Applicators and contractor employees must be fully trained and certified according to I.C. 15-3-3.6. According to I.C. 15-3-3.6 the contractor must have a valid form of financial responsibility.




  1. The applicator assumes all responsibility for damage occurred from the application of herbicide.




  1. The contractor is responsible for obtaining all necessary permits and licenses.



Application experience:

  1. The applicator must demonstrate adequate plant identification skills and be familiar with Indiana plant species or Kudzu.

  2. Experience with Kudzu is preferred.

  3. Experience with sensitive sites is preferred.

  4. The contractor must demonstrate experience in restoration of native lands.


Equipment

A. Contractor must utilize equipment with sufficient capacity to complete the work to the states specifications. Contractor needs to have at least a 50 Gallon spray tank and have the ability to transport 1,000 gallons of water to large kudzu sites and have the ability to spray 40 feet into trees. Spray hose length of 100 feet required for large sites with 300 feet preferred.


B. The contractor must provide the application equipment necessary for each herbicide used for each kudzu site.
C. Application equipment must be maintained by the contractor and be in a safe operating condition. Any accidents that result from faulty equipment or applicator negligence will be the sole responsibility of the contractor.
D. All application equipment must be free of kudzu propagules and soil before being transported from a site. The DNR representative will inspect vehicles and equipment before it is transported off of the site.
Safety:

  1. Spray equipment cleansing:

    1. All parts of the spray equipment must be tripled rinsed internally before loading herbicide for the application to prevent prior herbicide from contaminating the herbicide using for that site or the site area environment.




  1. Protective clothing:

    1. The contractor will provide all protective clothing for employees mixing, loading or applying herbicides or operating equipment. Protective clothing stated on the herbicide label must be used.




  1. Spills:

1) Contractor will provide a spill kit and all necessary equipment and

supplies for addressing spill cleanup.




  1. Signs:

    1. Any signs required by law to indicate application of the herbicide will be provided by the contractor. Signs must be removed after reentry time is permitted according the herbicide label, but no later than 72 hours after reentry time is up.



  1. Notification

    1. DNR will notify landowners at least 48 hours in advance of any herbicide applications in their properties.

    2. The applicator will be notified that the landowners have been notified.

    3. The DNR representative has obtained written and/or oral permission from the landowner to treat the sites. All permission records will be maintained by the DNR and will be made available to the contractor upon request.


Mixing and disposal of pesticide:

A. The pesticide will be mixed according to label directions for the control of kudzu.


B. The quantity of herbicide mixed should be just sufficient to do the application for each site to minimize excess and the need for disposal.
Quote break down: (For one Treatment)

  1. Will accept 5 different quotes by how the counties are grouped below. A quote sheet must be handed in for each group.



1. Area One- Western Treatments: Clay, Greene, Morgan, Owen, Sullivan and Vigo Counties

2. Area Two- Southwestern Treatments: Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Posey, and Warrick Counties

3. Area Three- Central Treatments: Crawford, Lawrence, Martin and Orange Counties

4. Area Four- Southeastern Treatments: Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Washington Counties

5. Area Five-Eastern Treatments: Jefferson and Jennings Counties.

6. Area Six-Northern Treatments: Lake, LaPorte and Starke Counties.


B. Quoted price includes all costs associated with treating sites. This includes price per acre of chemical to treat each site, travel and labor.
C. For sites that may need erosion control the contractor needs to include cost for applying the recommended items to control erosion, including travel and labor.
Quote Sheet for Area One- Western Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site: Clay, Greene, Morgan, Owen, Sullivan and Vigo Counties.

Quote for sites in:

Business Name: _______________________________________________________
Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________

Treatment quote:


Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)

Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications metsulfuron and/or triclopyr

Quote Sheet for Area Two- Southwestern Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site
Quote for sites in: Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Posey, and Warrick Counties.

Business Name: _______________________________________________________


Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________
Treatment quote:
Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)
Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications of

metsulfuron and or triclopyr.


2 Acres of Brush Clearing at Warrick-2 (Work to be completed Early July 2014)
Price: _____________________________________________________


Quote Sheet for Area Three- Central Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site
Quote for sites in: Crawford, Lawrence, Martin and Orange Counties

Business Name: _______________________________________________________


Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________

Treatment quote:


Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)

Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications of

metsulfuron and/or triclopyr



Soil Erosion Prevention Work at Orange-2 (See Erosion Plan at end of Document)

Price:______________________________________________________




Quote Sheet for Area Four - Southeastern Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site
Quote for sites in: Clark, Harrison, Floyd and Washington Counties

Business Name: _______________________________________________________


Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________

Treatment quote:


Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)


Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications of

metsulfuron and/or tricolpyr




Quote Sheet for Area Five: Eastern Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site
Quote for sites in: Jefferson and Jennings Counties

Business Name: _______________________________________________________


Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________

Treatment quote:


Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)


Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications of

metsulfuron and/or triclopyr



Quote Sheet for Area Six: Northern Treatments
As quoted for one treatment per site
Quote for sites in: Lake, LaPorte and Starke Counties

Business Name: _______________________________________________________


Business Address: _____________________________________________________
Pesticide Licenses #: ____________________________________________________
Applicator Name: _____________________________________________________
Licenses categories: ____ 2-Forestry expiration date: ______________

____ 3a-Ornamental expiration date: ______________

____ 6-Right of Way expiration date: ______________

Treatment quote:


Price: ___________________________________________________

(All costs associated with treating these sites)


Herbicides used: Clopyralid, glyphosate, spot applications of

metsulfuron and/or triclopyr




Overview of Treatment Areas
Kudzu Treatments for 2014

Brief Summary of Site Information
Note: Sites with serious erosion potentials have an associated USDA NRSC soil erosion plan that must be followed. Site visits for sites with associated erosions plans can be requested through the DNR by calling Ken Cote at 812-332-2241. Erosion work will not be implemented if it is not needed.
Clopyralid will be the herbicide used at most sites and a glyphosate based product labeled for aquatics will be used in areas where surface water is an issue. Erosion prevention will be implemented when necessary. There may also be spot treatments of metsulfuron and/or triclopyr.

Site

County

Location

GPS

Acres

Erosion Plan

Treatment

Year

Clk-3


Clark

South of Borden

N 38.27.837

W 85.57.119




0.64

No

2

Glyphosate Only



Clk-4


Clark

King Road

N 38 27.960

W 85 59.100



1.36

No

3

Clk-5


Clark

Jeffersonville

RR Track Route 62



N 38 17.720

W 85 43.650



0.32

No

3

Clk-6


Clark

Golf Course

Blackwood Drive



N 38 18.700

W 85 43.980




0.02

No

3

Clk-7


Clark

Howard Hughes Road

N 38 30.380

W 85 41.680



0.37

No

3

Clk-8

Clark

Martinsburg Rd

Borden, IN

Near King Road


N 38 28.15

W 85 58.660



1.47

No

1

Cra-5

Crawford


Zoo Road Area

N 38 23.290

W 86 23.150



0.83

No

3

Cra-6

Crawford


Allens Creek Road

N 38 21.270

W86 36.980



0.23

No

2

Cly-1

Clay

Route 40, West of Brazil, South Side of Road

N 39 30.558

W 87 10.313



0.94

No

Spot Treatment Only

Cly-2


Clay

Near Saline City

N 39 22.653

W 87 09.560



1.0

No


Spot Treatment Only

Cly-3


Clay

CR 700 Brazil

N 39 29.339

W 87 07.118



0.26

No

Spot Treatment Only

Cly-5

Clay

Chinook FWA, Between I-70 and SR 42

N 39 26.915

W 87 10.892



7

No

7

Dub-1

Dubois

5679 S County Road

825 W, Site A



N 38 16.760

W 87 03.468



1.20

No

6

Dub-2

Dubois

5679 S County Road

825 W, Site B



N 38 16.870

W 87 03.336



2.41

No

6

Dub-3

Dubois


S County Road 825 West, Site C

N 38 16.860

W 87 03.250



0.05

No

4

Dub-4

Dubois

S County Road 825 West, Site D


N 38 16.800

W 87 03.330



0.43

No

4

Dub-5

Dubois

County Road 900 Top of Hill

N 38 22.980

W86 44.140



0.10

No

2

Dub-6

Dubois

County Road 900 in Ravine

N 38 22.980

W86 44.190



0.03

No

2

Flo-4


Floyd

DNR Nature Preserve Property

N 38 15.430

W 85 55.570



1.02

No

2

Gib-1


Gibson

CR 300 S

N 38 18.711

W 87 37.122



1.66

No

3

Gib-3


Gibson

CR 825 W

N 38 18.470

W 87 43.833



0.44

No

3

Gre-5

Greene

Owens Farm, Near Worthington

N 39 06.680

W 86 56.440



3.0

No

1

Har-6


Harrison

New Salisbury

668 Shady Lane



N 38 21.216

W 86 06.775



2.69

No

3

Har-12


Harrison

Mt. Tabor and Corydon-Ramsey Rd

N 38 21.462

W 86 09.310



0.02

No

2

Jef-1

Jefferson

East of Hardy Lake

N 38 44.669

W 85 40.838



0.23

No

Spot Treatment Only

Jnn-6


Jennings

West of Brush Creek Reservoir

N 39 03.342

W 85 32.952



1.57

No

5


Jnn-7


Jennings

East Side of North Vernon

N39 01.011

W85 36.644



2.3

No

Spot Treatment Only

Jnn-8


Jennings

Along County Road 520

N 39 00.180

W 85 42.340



0.14

No

Spot Treatment

Only


Jnn-12

Jennings

CR 250 West

SW of North Vernon



N 38 56.670

W 85 39.480



0.38

No

4

Jnn-13

Jennings

CR 125 West

N 38 57.050

W 85 38.540



0.29

No

1

Jnn-14

Jennings

CR 450 South

N 38 55.190

W85 33.940



1.67

No

1

Kno-1


Knox

Vincennes Area, Old 41

N 87 29.480

W 38 43.730



1.79

No

1

Lak-1

Lake

New Chicago

Along River



N 41 33.780

W 87 16.550



0.20

No

1

Lap-1


La Porte

Boyscout Camp Topenenbee at dam

N 41 36.808

W 86 52.792



0.16

No

Spot Treatment Only

Lap-2

LaPorte

US 20 North of LaPorte

N.86 43.620

W.41 41.090



0.08

No

1

Law-1


Lawrence

Near Byantsville, south of church

N 38 45.992

W 86 33.517



1.62

No

Spot Treatment Only

Law-7

Lawrence


Woodcrest Drive. Bedford

N 38 51.390

W 86 30.630



0.16

No

Spot Treatment Only


Law-11


Lawrence


Woodsferry Road

N 38 48.900

W 86 32.400



0.32

No

3

Mrt-5


Martin


Gypsum Plant Near Water Tank

N 38 40.360

W 86 45.370



0.28

No

3


Mrt-6

Martin

SR 550, South of Logootee

N 38 40.260

W 86 54.230



0.14

No

2

Mrt-7

Martin


NE of Shoals, IN

N 38 41.190

W86 45.880



0.15

No

1

Mor-3

Morgan


East Gold Creek Road

N 39 32.920

W 86 25.390



1.45

No

4


Org-2

Orange


Paoli, Near Old School East side

N 38 33.286

W 86 27.679



0.28

Yes

1

Org-3

Orange


North Side of Marengo, Ross Road

N 38 23.920

W 86 19.920



1.55

No

3

Own-1

Owen

Woodland Nursery Vandalia, IN

N 39 19.324

W 86 53.519



0.34

No

Spot Treatment Only

Pos-2


Posey


Ford Road

Area


N 37 57.280

W 87 45.210



0.65

No

3

Sta-1


Starke


Koontz Lake area

N 41 24.553

W 86 27.985



.20

No

Spot Treatment Only


Sul-1


Sullivan

CR 50 N

Minnehaha FWS



N 39 05.182

W 87 19.165



1.25

No


6

Sul-2

Sullivan


SW of Hymera, IN

N 39 10.620

W 87 18.510



4.64

No

4

Vig-1


Vigo

Near Prairie Creek

N 39 19.937

W 87 29.669



1.75

No

Spot Treatment Only

Wck-1


Warrick

Near Angel Mounds State Park, Stacer RD.

N 37 56.932

W 87 26.790



1.67

No

6

Wck-2


Warrick

Lincoln State Park, Along US 231, North of Gentryville

N 38 07.128

W 87 01.656



7.92

No

6

Wsh-1


Washington


Just NW of Fredericksburg on Green Mill Rd. Near Blue River and County Line

N 38 25.727

W 86 13.040



0.68

No

Spot Treatment Only





Kudzu Treatments for 2014
Bidding Break Down

52 Sites, 24 Counties



Total of estimated 61.2 Acres to treat

Kudzu Treatments for 2014
Bidding Break Down
Area One-Western Treatments: Includes Clay, Greene, Morgan, Owen, Sullivan and Vigo Counties (21.63 Acres)


  1. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow. ( 4.29Acres)

    1. Clay-1

    2. Clay-2

    3. Clay-3

    4. Owen-1

    5. Vigo-1



  1. Sites undergoing Seventh year of treatment ( 7 Acres)

    1. Clay-5






  1. Sites under going Sixth year of treatment (1.25 Acres)

    1. Sullivan-1




  1. Sites under going Fourth year of treatment ( 6.09Acres)

    1. Morgan-3

    2. Sullivan-2

  2. Sites under going First year of Treatment ( 3.0 Acres)

    1. Greene-5


Area Two-Southwestern Treatments: Includes, Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Posey, and Warrick counties (18.35Acres)


  1. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow ( 1.79 Acres)

    1. Knox-1




  1. Sites undergoing Sixth year of treatment (13.2 Acres)

    1. Dubois-1

    2. Dubois-2

    3. Warrick-1

    4. Warrick-2

C. Sites undergoing Fourth year of treatment (0.48 Acres)

1. Dubois-3

2. Dubois-4


D. Sites undergoing Third year of treatment (2.75 Acres)

1. Gibson-1

2. Gibson-3

3. Posey-2


E. Sites undergoing Second year of treatment (0.13 Acres)

1. Dubois -5

2. Dubois-6


Area Three- Central Treatments: Crawford, Lawrence, Martin and Orange Counties. (5.41Acres)
A. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow (1.78Acres).

1. Lawrence-1

2. Lawrence-7

E. Sites undergoing Third year of treatment (2.98Acres)

1. Crawford-5

2. Lawrence-11

3. Martin-5

4. Orange-3

F. Sites undergoing Second year of treatment (0.37Acres)

1. Crawford-6

2. Martin-6

G. Sites undergoing First year of treatment (0.28Acres)

1. Orange-2
Area Four- Southeastern Treatments: Includes Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Washington Counties (8.59Acres)


  1. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow ( 0.68 Acres)

    1. Washington-1




  1. Areas receiving Third year of treatment ( 4.76 Acres)

    1. Clark-4

    2. Clark-5

    3. Clark-6

    4. Clark-7

    5. Harrison-6

C. Sites undergoing Second year of treatment (1.68 Acres)

1. Clark-3

2. Floyd-4

3. Harrrson-12

D. Sites undergoing First year of treatment (1.47 Acres)

1. Clark -8
Area Five- Eastern Treatments: Includes Jefferson and Jennings Counties.(6.58Acres)


  1. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow (2.67.Acres)

    1. Jefferson-1

    2. Jennings-7

    3. Jennings-8



  1. Sites undergoing Fifth year of treatment (1.57Acres)

1.Jennings-6
C. Sites undergoing Fourth year of treatment (0.38Acres)

1. Jennings-12

D. Sites undergoing First year of treatment (1.96Acres)

1. Jennings-13

2. Jennings-14
Area Six: Northern Treatments: Includes Lake, LaPorte and Starke Counties (0.64Acres)

A. Sites undergoing spot treatment after two years of fallow (0.20 Acres)

1. Starke-1
A. Sites undergoing First year of treatment (0.44 Acres)

1. Lake-1

2. LaPorte-1

3. LaPorte-2



Kudzu Sites Schedule For Treatment in 2013

General Site and Environmental Information

Questions, Call Ken Cote 812-332-2241
Clopyralid will be the herbicide used at most sites and a glyphosate based product labeled for aquatics will be used in areas where surface water is an issue. Erosion prevention will be implemented when necessary. There may also be spot treatments of metsulfuron and/or triclopyr.
Sites Receiving Spot Treatment After 2 Years of Fallow


Name

County

Location Description

GPS Coordinates

Size

Cly-1

Clay

Route 40, West of Brazil, South Side of Road

N 39 30.558

W 87 10.313



0.94

Cly-2


Clay

Near Saline City

N 39 22.653

W 87 09.560



1.0

Cly-3


Clay

CR 700 Brazil

N 39 29.339

W 87 07.118



0.26

Jef-1

Jefferson

East of Hardy Lake

N 38 44.669

W 85 40.838



0.23

Jnn-7


Jennings

East Side of North Vernon

N39 01.011

W85 36.644



2.3

Jnn-8


Jennings

Along County Road 520

N 39 00.180

W 85 42.340



0.14

Kno-1


Knox

Vincennes Area, Old 41

N 87 29.480

W 38 43.730



1.79

Law-1


Lawrence

Near Byantsville, south of church

N 38 45.992

W 86 33.517



1.62

Law-7

Lawrence


Woodcrest Drive. Bedford

N 38 51.390

W 86 30.630



0.16

Own-1

Owen

Woodland Nursery Vandalia, IN

N 39 19.324

W 86 53.519



0.34

Sta-1


Starke


Koontz Lake area

N 41 24.553

W 86 27.985



0.20

Vig-1


Vigo

Near Prairie Creek

N 39 19.937

W 87 29.669



1.75

Wsh-1


Washington


Just NW of Fredericksburg on Green Mill Rd. Near Blue River and County Line

N 38 25.727

W 86 13.040



0.68



Cly-1: Route 40 East, Brazil, IN Jim Cassasa Dairy Farm, Kudzu Along route
Comments: This kudzu site exists along the old Pennsylvania railroad bed. The soil under the railroad bed is made up of limestone gravel and humus. Leaching is very likely to occur from the railroad bed itself. During periods of heavy rain, flooding will occur in drainage ditches along both sides of the old railroad bed. There appears to be an old canal south of the site. There is also a creek on the south side of the site as well as drainage ditches running directly through the western portion of the site. The landowner informed DNR that the creek adjacent to the site runs through the cow pasture on the north side of route 40. The site can be easily accessed from the route 40 or by driving up the old railroad bed which can also be accessed easily from route 40. Numerous trees have snapped in half from the kudzu. Very little vegetation exists under the kudzu and most of the kudzu is growing in areas that have dying or no trees at all.
Endangered Species with in 1 mile: 1988 Black and White Warbler (Miniotilta varia)
Soil Types: CcC2 and IvA: Cincinnati Silt Loam and Iva Silt Loam. Cincinnati Silt Loam has a slow permeability and a high surface runoff potential. There are moderate amounts of organic material in these soils and erosion is often a hazard with this soil type. Iva Silt Loams have a slow permeability and low organic matter and erosion is a moderate concern with these soil types.

Legumes:

Gleditsia triacanthos (10 all less than 4” DBH)

Robinia pseudoacacia (2 with approximate 8” DBH just outside of site)

.

Other trees and understory plants:



Acer negundo

Acer platanoides

Acer rubrum

Fraxinus

Hydrangea arborescens

Juglans nigra

Juniperus virginiana

Lindera benzoin

Liquidambar styraciflua (dominate tree, looks like planted there)

Liriodendron tulipifera

Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’

Lonicera maccki-Amur Honeysuckle

Morus alba

Platanus occidentalis

Prunus serotina

Quercus palustris

Quercus rubra

Rhus typhina

Rosa multiflora

Rubus

Sasafrass albidum

Smilax rotundifolia-Greenbrier

Toxicodendron radicans

Ulmus americana

Ulmus pumila

Cly-2: Near Saline City
Comments: This site cannot be seen from the road, but is readily accessible from the owner’s property. It is predominately flat with a sloped area in the back section that drains towards a man made dam pond. There is a slight risk for erosion towards the back of the site, but overall erosion should not be an issue at this site. Surface water may be an issue early in the season on the west side of the site. Here a small dam, drainage area and pond exists and is filled with water for part of the year. There are very few trees on the site, none of which are considered valuable to the owner.
Endangered Species: Owner reported numerous hawks on his property. Nature Preserver reports no endangered species near site are on record.
Soil Types: CcC3 and HcD3: Cincinnati Silt Loam and Hickory Silt Loam: Cincinnati silt loams have a slow permeability and a moderate amount of organic matter. Surface run off potentials is rapid and there is an erosion hazard. Hickory silt loams have a moderate permeability and low organic matter. The surface runoff potential is very rapid and there is a high risk of erosion.
Legumes: None found
Other trees and understory plants:

Acer rubrum (dominate tree)

Allium vineale

Asminia trilobum

Cornus florida

Diospyros virginica

Fraxinus americana

Grasses


Juniperus virginiana

Lirioddendron tulipifera

Platanus occidentalis

Quercus rubra

Rosa multiflora

Solidago canadensis


Cly-3: CR 700 Near Brazil
Comments: This site is easily accessible from the county road and erosion should not be a major problem. However, the site is immediately adjacent to a series of connecting ponds and surface water will be a major issue at this site. No legumes were found at the site. The landowner has pets and numerous adjacent residents that all own part of the ponds. The kudzu is also growing on the utility pole at the site.
Soils: AbB2, Ava silt loam and HcE, Hickory Soils.; Both of these soils are

loamy clay soils that are not highly erosive, permeable or have a high leaching

potential. They have a moderate to severe erosion potential is vegetation is not

present.



Endangered Species: Nature preserves reports no endangered species near site.
Legumes: None found
Other trees and understrory plants:

Acer platanoides

Asters

Betula nigra

Carya glabra

Cornus florida

Cyperus esculentus

Fraxinus americana

Juniperus virginiana

Liquidambar styraciflua

Quercus alba

Quercus rubra

Rosa multiflora

Rubus

Sasafrass albidum

Setaria glauca

Solidago candensis
Ulmus

Vitis
Jef-1: East of Hardy Lake
Comments: This site is less than one acre and exist on the edge of a woody area adjacent to corn and soybean fields. It is not visilble from state route 256, but it can be accessed via the fileds. There are very few trees at this site and the owner is willig to eradicate the kudzu with some assistance. The site has been present for over 36 years, but it has not grown at a rapid rate. The site is flat and there little or no threat of erosion once the kudzu is removed and there was not a dense mat of kudzu present during the inspection. A stream exides approximately 300 feet west of the site, but this should not impede any eradication procedures.
Legumes: No present during inspection

Other trees and understory plants:

Acer rubrum

Allium vineale

Betula nigra

Cornus florida

Fagus grandifolia

Juniperus virginiana

Lindera benzoin

Liquidambar styraciflua

Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’

Platanus occidentalis

Populus deltoides

Prunus serotina

Rosa multiflora

Sasafrass albidum

Stellaria media

Jnn-7 East Side of North Vernon

This site is relative large, but easity accessible. Surface water will not be an issue at this site. There are a few locust trees on the site that will be highly susceptible to damage from clopyradlid and there are two Kentucky coffee trees on the site. Thie site exist on two properties and along a fence line divide the properties. Round up may be required for he part of the site along the fence. Overall, relative few trees exsit on the site and it is easily navigable.


Endangered Species: See EA
Soil Types: RtcB2- Ryker Silt Loams exist at this site. These soils have a slight risk of erosion and are considered well drained. Water movment in the most restrictve layers is moderately high.
Legumes

Gymnocladus dioicus (2)

Robinia pseudoacacia- numerous medium sized specimens
Other trees and understory plants:

Acer negundo

Acer saccharum

Celastrus

Fraxinus

Glechoma hederacea

Lindera benzoin.

Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’

Maclura pomifera

Morus alba

Pinus strobus

Platanus occidentalis

Prunus serotina

Rosa multiflora

Rubu

Jnn-8: County Road 200 west of North Vernon
Comments: This site is along the county road and is relatively young. There are not any trees at this site and it is easily accessible to the road. It is immediately adjacent to field crops Erosion will not be a major concern at this site and there are not any bodies of water nearby.
Soil Types: See EA

Endangered Species with in one mile: See EA.

Legumes: None present
Other Trees and Understory plants: None present

Kno-1: Vincennes area, Old 41 north of town
Comments: This site has been treatred for several years by the landowner. Multiple applications of glyphosate have been made to the site over the last 5 years. It is nearly 80% suppressed, but there still is kudzu growth at the site mostly in ravines which are inaccessible to the landowner. Erosion is a major issue at this site and the soils are comprised of a loess type loam that is highly erosiable. Numerous terraces have been made in the adjanent field to control water flow and redirect waterflow away from the kudzu site. Much of the site will require spot treating but grass has been established in areas where kudzu is not growing. Most of the expensive erosion work has already been completed by the landowner and the USDA NRCS has provided assistance with kudzu control and erosion prevention work. There are not any bodies of water close to the site, but the erosion gullies do feed into the Wabash River which is about a half mile west of the site. All efforts must be made to preserve native vegetation and mimized soil disturbance. There are also grass strips that have USDA NRCS requirements that limit the amount of activity that occur on them. The site cannot be traversed to the depth of erosion gullies. It will be necessary to drive equipment into the field to avoid erosion gullies and protective grass strips. Some legumes exist on the west side of the site but most of the site is absent of trees.
Soil Types: Highly erosive loess.
Legumes:

Robinia pseudoacacia
Other trees and Understory Plants

Acer rubrum

Celtis occidentalis

Fagus grandifolia

Liquidambar styraciflua

Liriodendron tulipifera

Lonicer japonica Halliana

Phtyolacca americanum

Quercus rubra

Rosa multiflora

Sasafrass albidum

Setaria glauca

NOTE: Clover exist a cover crop in parts of this site and car must be taken even with Clopyralid.


Law-1: Near Bryantsville, South of Church
Comments: Much of this site has been manually removed by the landowner. There is still kudzu in many of the trees on the edge of the site. Unleashed dogs exist on the property next to the site. There does not seem to be any water close to the site. There is an old homestead there, but there did not appear to be any abandon wells.

Endangered Species with in 1 mile: 1997 Bluebreast Darter (Ethestoma camurum)
Soil Types: CrC2 and EdD: Crider Silt Loam and Ebal Wellston Silt Loam: Crider Silt Loams have a moderate permeability and organic matter content. Surface run off from cultivated areas is rated medium and relatively low potential for erosion. Ebal Wellston Silt Loams have a moderate permeability and moderately low organic matter. They have a high run off potential and a severe tendency for erosion.
Legumes:

2 Cercis canadensis (Just west of site)


Other trees and understory plants:
Acer saccharum

Carya

Celtis occidentalis

Diospyros virginiana

Fraxinus pennsylvanica

Hemerocalis

Juglans nigra

Juniperus virginiana

Lindera benzoin

Liquidambar styraciflua

Liriodendron tulipifera

Lonicera japonica “Halliana’

Narcissus

Prunus serotina

Quercus bicolor

Quercus rubra

Rosa multiflora

Rubus

Smilax rotundifolia-Greenbrier

Symphoricarpos orbiculatus-Coralberry

Ulmus americana

Vitis-Wild Grape
Law-7: Woodcrest Drive Bedford, IN
Comments: This site is very small and easily controllable. Although it is on a steep slope there is little chance for erosion because there is no much run off that will drain through the site. It is located in a residential area and notification to all neighbors will be needed before treatments are conducted. There are not nay bodies of water close to the site. However there are some red bud trees at the site. Utilitie poles do exist at the site and Duke Energy will need to be notified.
Endangered Speices within one mile:
Legumes:

Cercis Canadensis
Other trees and understory plants:

Acer saccharinium

Fraxinus

Hedera helix

Liriodendron tulipifera

Quercus rubra

Rosa multiflora

Ulmus Americana

Vinca minor

Own-1: Woodland Farm Nursery Kudzu Site, Vandalia, IN
Comments: This kudzu site exists at an operating nursery. The site is on hill in the middle of a wooded area in the nursery. The owner is concerned about surface and well water pollution. A pond exists about 0.25 miles from the site as well as a stream at the lower portion of the nursery. The kudzu at this site is slowly spreading, but the growth is very thin compared to other sites. Some minor tree damage has occurred. Accessibility to this site should not be a problem.
Endangered Species with in 1 mile: 1987 Northern River Otter (Lutra canadensis)
Soils: ZamB2-Zanesville Silt Loam and ZamC3,Zanesville Silt Loam 6-12% Slope are present at this site. Both soils types are considered moderately well drained and water movement in the most restricted layer is very low. The erosion potential rating of both soil types is slight.
Legumes:

NO legumes exist in or near the site


Other trees and understory plants:

Acer rubrum

Cornus florida

Fagus grandifolia

Juniperus virginiana

Lirodendron tulipifera (the dominate plant)

Microstegium vimineum-Japanese Stilt Grass

Prunus serotina

Quercus muhlenburgii

Quercus rubra

Rhus typhina

Rosa multiflora

Sasafrass albidum

Soldiago canadensis-Golden Rod
Star-1
Comments: This site is located on the east side of Koontz lake. The site is flat and easily accessible from the county road. However the soils are extremely sandy and a certified wetland exist immediately adjacent to the west side of the site. The sandy soils and close water table will limit the use of chemicals at this site. Only glyphosate products that are labeled for direct application for water should be used at this site. Clopyralid is not an option due to the soil texture. There are relatively few trees on the site, but some legumes including black locust do exist at the site.
Soils: Ad and Px: Ad Adrian Muck Soils. On slopes especially, these soils are rated very severe for erosion due to their sandy nature. The water table is very close to the surface and soils are often wet. Px, Prochaska Loamy sands have a slight risk of erosion when vegetation is not present at the site. Permeability in these soils is rapid and leaching may be a problem.

Endangered Species: None reported by the division of nature preserves.

Legumes: 3 Robinia psuedoacacia
Other trees and understory plants:

Acer rubrum

Hemerocalis

Ligustrum

Populus tremuloides

Rhus typhina

Salix nigra

Vitis

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