The four species tested are all invasive exotic plants in Australia that previously have been chemically controlled with glyphosate.
What does IEP stand for?
IEP stands for Invasive Exotic Plant (various organizations)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 255 other meanings of IEP in our Acronym Attic
- International Engineering Project
- International Environmental Policy (various schools)
- International Exchange Program
- International Expert Panel
- Internationally Educated Professional (Canada)
- Internet Enabled Phone
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (est. 1995)
- Internet Event Provider
- Interpreter Education Program
- Intervalo entre Partos (Portuguese: Interval between Parties)
- Inverse Eigenvalue Problem
- Investor Education Program (various locations)
- Irish Pound (old currency code; replaced by EUR)
- Isoelectric Point
- Inner Envelope Protein of 110 Kilodaltons
- Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
- Independent Electron Pair Approximation
- Independent Energy Producers Association (also seen as IEP)
- Independent Energy Producers Association (also seen as IEPA)
- Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (University of Cape Coast; Ghana)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The aim is to kill off invasive exotic plants before they gain a foothold and join the ranks of phragmites, multiflora rose, Japanese barberry, Japanese knotweed, oriental bittersweet and other non-native plants that are rampant across the state.
An off overlooked but devastating ecological crisis: invasive exotic plants are exacting a toll on New England's array of forests, fields and wetlands.
Nonetheless, the refuge has managed its habitat to attain about 90 percent control of invasive exotic plants, and it carries out an active controlled burning program.
I have a question about a fact that was in your story: The statement, "Each year invasive exotic plants infest about 100 million new acres, a land mass about twice the size of Delaware.
The banks use the money to restore wetlands elsewhere--measures like restoring drainage or killing invasive exotic plants.
This document promotes effective prevention and control of invasive exotic plant species and restoration or rehabilitation of native plant communities.