Kansas

Noxious weeds are one of the greatest threats to the Kansas environment. They displace native plant species, interfere with the production of agricultural crops, increase erosion, destroy wildlife habitat and decrease property values.
- Kansas Dept. Of Agriculture

State Contacts

Ryan Armbrust

Forest Health & Conservation Forester
rarmbrust@ksu.edu
Ph: 785-532-3276

Jason Goeckler

ANS Coordinator
jason.goeckler@ksoutdoors.com
Ph: 620-342-0658

Scott Marsh

State Weed Specialist - Noxious and Invasive Weeds
scott.marsh@ks.gov
Ph: 785-862-2180

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Top Reported Species

  • Bradford pear: 6
  • Amur honeysuckle: 4
  • Brown marmorated stink bug: 3
  • Barnyardgrass: 1
  • Winter creeper: 1

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