Great Invader Raider – Coral Ardisia

UF continues to participate in the City of Gainesville’s Great Invader Raider Rally. This event was previously called the Air-Potato Roundup, but the successful release of the air potato leaf beetle has worked to reduce the vines and their seeds (potatoes) to such a degree that the City decided to focus volunteer efforts on another common invasive exotic plant called Coral Ardisia. The Campus Conservation Areas of President’s Park, Bat-house Woods, Bivens Rim Forest, Lake Alice, Harmonic Woods and Bartram-Carr Woods were all previously focused on sites and will continue as such, until elimination is achieved. The volunteer’s efforts, along with the University’s long-term commitment to proper management of its Conservation Areas, will hopefully someday lead to an invasive exotic free campus. For information on Coral Ardisia go to https://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/plant-directory/ardisia-crenata/

The University would like to thank all of the Gator volunteers for their efforts.

2012 Volunteers 2012 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2011 Volunteers 2011 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2010 Volunteers 2010 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2009 Volunteers 2009 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2008 Volunteers 2008 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2007 Volunteers 2007 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2006 Volunteers 2006 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2005 Volunteers 2005 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)
2004 Volunteers 2004 Volunteers (Bartram – Carr Woods)

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