This is a pamphlet to let landowners know how to identify and handle Japanese knotweed/Phragmites/garlic mustard to prevent their spread. It's designed to be printed on the front and back of one piece of paper and then folded in half as a bifold pamphlet for distribution. People are welcome to make variants of it to suit their local needs. If changes are made, please also change the email address appearing twice on the second page to your own, and take off the logos on the bottom of the first page.
This resource was provided by Dr. Leslie Kuhn (Mid-Michigan Stewardship Initiative) during the 2015 November webcast - "Japanese Knotweed Control: It takes a community." You can view the free archive of that webcast here.