TICT prevents, controls and reduces the impact of invasive species in Tippecanoe County through community education and action.
What are invasive species?
Invasive species are non-native species whose introduction cause or are likely to cause harm to the economy, the environment, and to human health.
What you are provided with:
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Invasives Ranking by Common Name (pdf)Download
Terrestrial Plant Rule Fact Sheet (pdf)Download
SICIM Calendar of Control (pdf)Download
Invasive Removal Contractors 2021 (pdf)Download
Questions to ask your invasive species contractor (pdf)Download
A Guide to the Regulated Terrestrial Invasive Plant Species of Indiana (pdf)Download
128th Calibration Method UWY (pdf)Download
Basal Bark Herbicide-WIGL (pdf)Download
Cut-Stump Herbicide-WIGL (pdf)Download
Foliar Herbicide Removal of Woody Invasive Species-WIGL (pdf)Download
Girdle Treatment and Stem Injection-WIGL (pdf)Download
How to Clean Your Sprayer_Solo blog (pdf)Download
Proper Calibration and Operation of Backpack and Hand Can Sprayers _ Ohioline (pdf)Download
Weed Control Methods.docx (pdf)Download
TICT is a partnership organization created to address the issue of invasive species in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. Partners include government agencies, non-profits and local citizens.
TICT helps to facilitate collaboration between partners to create a greater impact on invasive species through community education and action.
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