The District will work to prevent the introduction of new harmful species into the county, or the spread of these species into areas of the county they do not currently inhabit. Prevention saves time and money in the long run and reduces the negative or non-target consequences of control activity. The primary preventive techniques are public education, certified weed free hay, good seed laws and early detection on new infestations coupled with rapid response.
Uinta County Weed and Pest District personnel are available to visit private land to identify weeds and will assist with the development of weed management plans for declared and designated noxious weeds free of charge. Personnel are also available to certify fields. Spray equipment is available as well as a cost share on herbicides up to $1,000 per customer.
- Technical assistance to set up a weed or pest management program using integrated management.
- Cost-share programs which reduce the cost of managing certain weeds or pests. These programs vary from district to district; check with your district supervisor for details and availability of cost-share programs in your county (designed by the District Boards).
- Special programs may be established to meet specific local needs. If the problem is significant, some weed or pest species may be classified by law as "declared".
- Provide an inspection service to attest your fields meet Wyoming Certification Standards and certify the resulting forages are certified weed-free.
- Tap the resources of the Wyoming Weed and Pest Council, the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, and various other federal, state, and private organizations.
Mountain View Office & Shop:
Uinta County Weed & Pest
90 County Rd. #262
Mountain View, WY 82939
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