Invasive weed control is a challenging natural resource issue in our district. The San Juan Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area has compiled resources here to help you manage weeds on your land.
The following map is all the invasive species inventory done by the Conservation District from January 1st 2016 to March 31st 2018.
Infestations with an acreage and percent cover of 0 are small infestations that consisted of less than 10 plants.
Links for homeowners and land managers:
NMSU herbicide use guide for weeds and brush
tells you which herbicides are effective on common weeds, as well as what time of year to spray and how much.
Common invasive weeds in NW New Mexico can be found below.
Click links for NMSU's Management Do's and Don'ts and plant information.
For information about other invasive weeds, including Russian olive and salt cedar/tamarisk, visit NMSU's
Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico home page.