Biological control of weeds is the use of one organism to control another. Classical biological control is the introduction of control agents – usually insects – into a region that is not part of their natural range, to permanently reduce the populations of selected weeds usually also introduced into the region.
Discover information to identify and control common weeds.
Extension Weed Publications
Extension publications to help you identify, control and stop the spread of weeds.
General Lawn & Garden Weed Control
Access publications regarding soil testing, home composting, lawn care in high altitude, non-chemical weed control, pesticides for the home garden, turf grass seeding, and more.
Idaho State Department of Agriculture
Peruse publications from the State of Idaho on herbicide use and storage.
Managing Your Land
These informational materials will help you keep your acreage weed free. Discover more about controlled grazing, pasture management, protecting natural areas, bees, and toxic plants among others.
Here you can find resources on how too identify and control Idaho and Kootenai County noxious weeds.
Noxious Weed Control Calendars
View calendars with information to help you control the noxious weeds on your land.