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  1. Question for the field biologists in here. I am responsible for performing monitoring on some sensitive habitat restoration areas, and one of the things I look at is invasive species coverage. My question is, when performing my invasive assessments, should I count plants that were treated by herbicides recently and so appear dead (brown, crispy, all that) but that I have a high degree of certainty will regrow by the next growing season? Many invasives will just laugh after the first or second herbicide treatment, and I don't want to misrepresent results to make it seem that infestation rates are lower than they actually are, but I have sample plots where the coverage of reed canary grass could be anywhere from <5% to over 75% depending on if I should count the recently treated plants or not. What do y'all do?
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