Secesh Reservoir (Josephine)
Reachcode: 17100310007332 | Area: 3.7 acres | Shoreline: 0.3 mi | View on Interactive MapCheck back for more information about Secesh Reservoir. If you would like to contribute information about this lake, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of plants below includes results of aquatic plant surveys conducted by the Center for Lakes and Reservoirs as well as aquatic invasive plant species detections that have been reported to iMap Invasives: an online, GIS-based invasive species reporting and querying tool.
Plants listed in the table below are categorized as native to Oregon, on the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s (ODA’s) Noxious Weed List, on the Federal Noxious Weed List, or non-native but not listed as noxious. Federal Noxious Weed List plants are plants determined by USDA to be serious threats to U.S. agriculture, irrigation, navigation, public health or the environment (7 C.F.R. 360.200). The ODA Noxious Weed categories are:
ODA Class A - weeds either unknown or with small enough infestations to make eradication or containment possible; targeted for eradication or intensive control.
ODA Class B - regionally abundant weeds (may have limited distribution in some counties); targeted for local/regional control on case-by-case basis.
|Aug. 31, 2012||Poaceae (grasses)||Non-native||CLR|
|Aug. 31, 2012||Potamogeton amplifolius (large-leaf pondweed)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 31, 2012||Chara sp. (muskwort)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 31, 2012||Carex sp. (sedge)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 31, 2012||Nitella sp. (stonewort)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Typha latifolia (common cat-tail)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Poaceae (grasses)||Non-native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Potamogeton amplifolius (large-leaf pondweed)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Chara sp. (muskwort)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Potamogeton sp. (pondweed)||Native||CLR|
|Aug. 21, 2010||Sparganium natans (small burreed)||Native||CLR|
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