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             Instructions for Application Evaluation Worksheet
                & Conservation Plan Schedule of Operations
Instructions for Saving File
 1   Before filling out information for an applicant, click on "FILE", "SAVE AS", then edit file
     name by typing in the name of the participant. Click on the "SAVE" button. As data is
     inputted into worksheets, periodically "SAVE" information.

Application Evaluation Worksheet
 1   To access Application Evaluation Worksheet, click on index tab located near the bottom
     of the spreadsheet labelled "Appl Eval Wksht.".
 2   Fill in "Applicant" information at the top.
 3   Fill in information on who (NRCS planner) completed the evaluation worksheet.
 4   Respond to questions by clicking on appropriate check box in column heading titled
     "Documentation of Points" and points will automatically appear under column titled
     "Points Scored." (Check boxes may be untoggled by clicking on it again.) Total points
     will automatically add up at the bottom of the column (see Sect. III. Total Env. Points).


AD-1155 & AD-1155A Conservation Plan Schedule of Operations
 1   To access the AD-11155 & AD-1155A Conservation Plan Schedule of Operations, click
     on index tab located near the bottom of the spreadsheet titled "AD-1155 (FA)," AD-1155
     (TA)" or "AD-1155A."
 2   Edit "Participant" information located near top of spreadsheet.
 3   List practices to be cost-shared under column 10. To do this, place cursor on cell under
     this column and an arrow key will appear. Click on arrow key and you may select elibible
     EQIP practices which address the identified resource concern for the project site. List
     the "Estimated Amount" of the practice in column 11.
 4   Click on cell under "Year Scheduled" and an arrow key will appear. Click on arrow key
     and select year that practice will be installed.
 5   Click on cell under "Resource Concern Addressed" and an arrow key will appear. Click
     on arrow key and select type of resource concern addressed by the practice.
 6   Click on cell under "Livestock" and an arrow key will appear. Click on arrow key and
     select type of livestock the planned practice will address.
 7   If unit cost does not automatically appear, input unit cost ($) of the practice under "Cost /
     Unit".
 8   Total cost-share amount for that practice component will automatically multiply out and
     appear under "Cost Share" column. Cost-share amounts will automatically total up on
     AD-1155A.
Weed List
 1   The weed list has been copied to a separate worksheet so that it may be printed out
     easily. To access, click on index tab located near the bottom of the spreadsheet titled
     "Weeds."
   FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                                                 Waimea Field Office


                           EQIP Application Evaluation Worksheet
                                                 Waimea Field Office
                                    Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
                                   Ranking Score (Environmental Benefit Points / Total Project Costs):                                    0.0000
                                                                                       Environmental Benefit Points:                          0
                                                                                                     Total Project Costs:
                                                                                       Cost-Share Funds Requested:

         Applicant Name:                                                                   TMK#:
                   Location:
 Completed By (NRCS):                                                                        Date:

  Review by DC (initial):                                                           Review by Second Party (initial):
                         Date:                                                                                            Date:

Notes:




                                I. PRODUCER & LAND ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION
 1 Is the applicant an agricultural producer that is engaged in livestock or agricultural production?                                   Yes
     (Applicant may be asked to: 1) show documentation of a minimum of $1000 or more of agricultural products produced
     and sold for the past year - if not, then records from 2 of the past 5 years may be used; 2) show an IRS Schedule F form
     showing profit or loss from farm operations; or 3) certify that he/she is engaged in agricultural production for subsistence
     purposes - food and fiber is produced as the primary source of family consumption and use, or it is used in barter and
     trade.)
 2 Does the applicant have an interest (i.e., share in the profits and losses) in the farming operation                                 Yes
   associated with the land being offered enrollment in EQIP?
 3 Is the applicant in compliance with the highly erodible land and wetland conservation compliance                                     Yes
   provisions?
 4 Is the applicant within appropriate payment limitation requirements?                                                                 Yes
     (Participant cannot receive EQIP payments from 2002 or newer contracts exceeding $450,000.)
 5 Is the applicant in compliance with the Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) requirements?                                                    Yes
     (No individual or entity with an average adjusted gross income of over $2.5 million for the preceding 3 years may receive
     EQIP payments, unless 75% of that income is from farming, ranching, or forestry interests.)
 6 Is the land being used to produce agricultural commodities or livestock by the sign-up deadline?                                     Yes
     (As of sign-up deadline, only land being used to produce agricultural commodities or livestock, for use as food or fiber, is
     eligible. Land planned for expanding existing cropland and rangeland is not eligible.)
 7 Does the applicant have continuous control of the land for the contract period?                                                      Yes
     (Contract period may be from 2 to 10 years ending somewhere between 9/2007 to 9/2015.)
 8 Does the applicant have permission from the landowner to implement practices on the land?                                            Yes
     (Concurrence letter from the landowner must be received by the last day of the sign-up period, if land is leased.)
 9 If the land is currently enrolled in another conservation program, is it eligible under EQIP?                                        Yes
     (EQIP does not pay for the same practice on the same land; land enrolled in CRP may only be offered for enrollment in
     EQIP during the last year of the contract and no EQIP practices shall be applied on that land until after the CRP contract
     has expired or has been terminated; and EQIP practices do not defeat the purpose of either EQIP or the other
     conservation program.)
10 If the applicant requests cost-share assistance for irrigation related practices, has the land been                                  Yes
   irrigated for two of the last five years prior to application for assistance?
If all 10 questions are answered "yes," go to the Section II - Pre-Screening; Applicant is eligible. If any question is not
answered "yes," stop; Applicant is ineligible.




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   FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                                                 Waimea Field Office

                                                           II. PRE-SCREENING
A. High Priority
 1 If the applicant has an animal waste resource concern, does the applicant currently have a                                            Yes
    Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (CNMP) that has been approved by the Hawaii
    Department of Health? And, is the applicant ready and willing to begin installation of a practice
    within 12 months of signing a contract?
If question #1 or #2 is answered "yes," application is considered high priority; proceed to Section III - Ranking Criteria. If
question #1 and #2 is not answered "yes," go to Section B - Low Priority.
B. Low Priority
 2 Does the applicant currently meet the quality criteria for the identified resource concern?                                           Yes
     (Applicant meets the quality criteria listed in Section III of the NRCS Field Office Technical Guide for animal waste,
     sedimentation or erosion, noxious weeds, insufficient water supply for irrigation or livestock, pesticide or nutrient
     contamination of ground or surface waters, at-risk species habitat, ground and surface water conservation, or invasive
     species.)
If question #2 is answered "yes," stop; application is considered low priority. If question #2 is not answered "yes," go to
Section C - Medium Priority.
C. Medium Priority
 3 Does the applicant have an identified priority natural resource problem?                                                              Yes
     (Applicant does not meet the quality criteria for animal waste, sedimentation or erosion, noxious weeds, insufficient water
     supply for irrigation or livestock, pesticide or nutrient contamination of ground or surface waters, at-risk species habitat,
     ground and surface water conservation, or invasive species.)
If question #3 is answered "yes," go to Section III - Ranking Criteria. If the answer is not "yes," stop; application is
considered low priority.

                                                         III. RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                                                                      ACRES TO BE
         LAND USE                   TYPE OF CROP, VEGETATION OR LIVESTOCK                                 TOTAL ACRES
                                                                                                                                        TREATED




                                          TOTAL ACRES TO BE TREATED                                                                            0.00

        RESOURCE CONCERN TO BE ADDRESSED                                              RESOURCE CONCERN TO BE ADDRESSED




NRCS will rank applications by awarding points for environmental benefits to be achieved from planned
conservation practices that are cost-shared under this EQIP application. Points may only be scored for
addressing problems identified as priority resource concerns. Practices that are not cost-shared under this
application will receive no environmental benefit points.
                                                                                DOCUMENTATION      POINTS
         PRIORITY RESOURCE CONCERNS & RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                   OF POINTS       SCORED
 A. Ground & Surface Water Conservation for Irrigation                                  160
 1 Is your existing water source inadequate or unreliable such that it does not   Yes (15 points)      0
    provide for plant water needs?
     There is no water supply source (such as a county or state agriculture water system) to
     provide for crop water needs. Or, water system does not have the capacity to deliver plant
     water needs or is unreliable.




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  FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                                              Waimea Field Office

                                                                                                   DOCUMENTATION                   POINTS
        PRIORITY RESOURCE CONCERNS & RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                                     OF POINTS                     SCORED
2 What is the estimated net increase in irrigation efficiency?                                     Furrow - 40%
   (3 points for every percent increase; maximum 75 points.)                                       Sprinkler - 60% to 70%               0
                                                                                                   Drip - 80% to 90%
       Enter estimated percent efficiency for EXISTING irrigation system:
                                                                                                   Microsprinkler - 80%
       Enter estimated percent efficiency for PLANNED irrigation system:
                            Total Increase in Irrigation Efficiency (percent):        0%



3 Will the project implement soil moisture conservation measures?                                      Yes (25 points)                  0
   Herbaceous Wind Barrier (603), Mulching (484), Residue Management, Seasonal (344),
   Windbreak/Shelterbreak Establishment (380)


4 Will irrigated cropland be converted to a less water intensive crop system                           Yes (15 points)                  0
  (i.e., dryland cropping, range, pasture, hayland, or wildlife)?
   Explain the change in crops below:


5 Will the project increase water catchment for irrigating crops and decrease                          Yes (15 points)                  0
  use of groundwater sources for irrigating agricultural lands?
   Irrigation Regulating Reservoir (552), Irrigation Storage Reservoir (436), Pond (378), Pond-
   Sealing or Lining (521A), Water Harvesting Catchment (636)


6 Will changes be made in water management (i.e., timing, scheduling, etc.)                            Yes (15 points)                  0
  to reduce irrigation water use on agricultural lands?
   Irrigation Water Management (449) shall be implemented.


B. Noxious Weeds                                                                                             140
1 Is the weed considered invasive, noxious or a pest by the Local Work                                 Yes (80 points)                  0
   Group (see Local Work Group's targeted weed list)? And, is the applicant
   willing to alter/change the grazing management system to control the
   targeted weed in the long-term in addition to short-term treatments?
   Brush Management (314), Pest Management (595), Prescribed Grazing (528A)
   Select targeted weed to be treated from pull-down list in cells below:




2 Is the weed to be controlled fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis) or                                  Yes (30 points)                  0
  fountaingrass (Pennisetum setaceum) - the Hawaii Department of
  Agriculture's top weeds of concern?

3 Will the applicant revegetate the entire treated area?                                               Yes (30 points)                  0

C. Sedimentation in Surface Water                                                                            110
1 Will vegetative or structural measures be installed to treat sheet and rill                          75 - 100% (30 pts)               0
   erosion? If yes, check appropriate box indicating percentage of eroded
   area to be treated.                                                                                OR
   (Percentage equals treated acres divided by acres affected by sheet & rill erosion.)                                                 0
   Conservation Cover (327), Cover Crop (340), Critical Area Planting (342), Filter Strip (393),       50 - 74% (20 pts)
   Firebreak (394), Pasture Planting (512), Range Planting (550), Residue Management -
   Seasonal (344)
                                                                                                      OR
                                                                                                       25 - 49% (10 pts)                0




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  FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                                               Waimea Field Office

                                                                                                      DOCUMENTATION                 POINTS
        PRIORITY RESOURCE CONCERNS & RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                                        OF POINTS                   SCORED
2 Will ephemeral gullies, classic gullies or headcuts be treated on non-road                            Yes (30 points)                0
  areas?
   Cover Crop (340), Critical Area Planting (342), Diversion (362), Grade Stabilization Structure
   (410), Grassed Waterway (412), Lined Waterway or Outlet (468), Terrace (600)


3 Will existing roads be treated for erosion? If yes, check appropriate box                             75 - 100% (30 pts)               0
  indicating percentage of eroded roads to be treated.
                                                                                                       OR
   (Percentage equals feet of treated roads divided by feet of eroded roads in the project area.)                                        0
                                                                                                        50 - 74% (20 pts)
   Access Road (560)                                                                                   OR
                                                                                                        25 - 49% (10 pts)                0


4 Will surface waters or wetlands on or adjacent to the property be                                     Yes (20 points)                  0
  adequately buffered by conservation practices that filter sediment?
   Fence (382) - only if area excluded from livestock will filter sediment before entering a stream
   or waterbody, Filter Strip (393), Riparian Forest Buffer (391), Sediment Basin (350), a system
   of Terrace-Gradient (600) and Sediment Basin (350), Terrace-Level (600), Water and
   Sediment Control Basin (638), Use Exclusion (472)


D. Insufficient Water Supply for Livestock                                                                    105
1 Is your existing water source inadequate or unreliable such that it does not                          Yes (30 points)                  0
   provide for livestock water needs?
   There is no water supply source (such as a county or state agriculture water system) to
   provide for livetock water needs. Or, water system does not have the capacity to deliver
   livestock water needs or is unreliable.


4 Will the project increase the amount of water available for livestock?                                Yes (35 points)                  0
   Pond (378), Pond-Sealing or Lining (521A), Water Harvesting Catchment (636), Watering
   Facility-Tank (614)


5 Will the project deliver and distribute livestock water to facilitate grazing                         Yes (40 points)                  0
  management?
   Pipeline (516), Watering Facility-Trough (614)


E. Animal Waste                                                                                               100
1 Will clean water runoff (surface or roof runoff) be diverted away from animal                         Yes (25 points)                  0
   confinement areas?
   Diversion (362), Grassed Waterway (412), Lined Waterway or Outlet (468), Roof Runoff
   Structure (558)


2 Will the amount of wash water be reduced by changing to a dry litter                                  Yes (20 points)                  0
  system?
      OR                                                                                               OR
  If not, will the amount of wash water be reduced by another method?                                   Yes (10 points)                  0
   Change sprinkler nozzles, reduce washing time, or change cleaning procedures.


3 Will animal waste be properly handled, stored and transported to prevent                              Yes (20 points)                  0
  water pollution?
   Composting Facility (317), Manure Transfer (634), Pond (378), Pond Sealing or Lining
   (521A), Waste Storage Facility (313), Waste Treatment Lagoon (359)




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  FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                                    Waimea Field Office

                                                                                              DOCUMENTATION              POINTS
        PRIORITY RESOURCE CONCERNS & RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                                OF POINTS                SCORED
4 Will manure be properly applied to the applicant's land to utilize the                        Yes (20 points)             0
  nutrients & organic matter?
   Manure Transfer (634), Nutrient Management (590), Waste Utilization (633)


5 Will animal carcasses be composted or incinerated?                                            Yes (15 points)               0
   Animal Mortality Facility (316), Composting Facility (317)


F. Other Concerns                                                                                     105
1 Does the project area drain to a Water Quality Limited Segment (WQLS)?                        Yes (5 points)                0
   And, do the planned practices reduce the amount of pollutant that will drain
   to the receiving waters?
   Select WQLS from pull-down list in cell below:


2 Is the project site located in a watershed with a Total Maximum Daily Load                    Yes (5 points)                0
  (TMDL) or Watershed Restoration Plan? And, do the planned practices
  reduce the amount of pollutant that will drain to the receiving waters?
   Select receiving waters from pull-down list in cell below:


3 Is the project site located in an approved Public Law 566 watershed                           Yes (5 points)                0
  operation or planning area? And, do the planned practices address the
  identified resource concern?
   Select PL-566 watershed from pull-down list in cell below:

4 Does the project site drain to a coral reef ecosystem? And, will the planned                  Yes (5 points)                0
  practices reduce the amount of pollutants that will drain to the coral reef
  ecosystem?

5 Is the project site located in or adjacent to a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service                  Yes (5 points)                0
  proposed "Critical Habitat" area, or located in an area with threatened &
  endangered species based on field observations or information from the
  Hawaii Natural Heritage Database? And, do the planned practices address
  the species?

6 Did the applicant have a District Conservationist and Participant signed                      Yes (50 points)               0
  Resource Management System plan by the end of last fiscal year
  (9/30/04)?
      OR                                                                                       OR
  If not, did the applicant have a District Conservationist and Participant                     Yes (25 points)               0
  signed Progressive Plan by the end of last fiscal year (9/30/04)?

7 Will the project change nutrient management techniques (i.e., timing, rate,                   Yes (10 points)               0
  placement, etc.) to reduce the risk of polluting surface or ground water?
   Nutrient Management (590)


8 Will the project change pest management techniques to reduce the risk of                      Yes (10 points)               0
  polluting surface or ground water with pesticides?
   Pesticides must currently be used and Pest Management (595) will be implemented.


9 Will the project directly address a concern that poses a serious threat to                    Yes (10 points)               0
  public health & safety?
   Example: During heavy rainfall, runoff outlets onto a major highway/road or animal waste
   flows into stream, road or neighboring property. Describe below:




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   FY-2005 EQIP                                                                                      Waimea Field Office

                                                                                 DOCUMENTATION              POINTS
        PRIORITY RESOURCE CONCERNS & RANKING CRITERIA
                                                                                   OF POINTS                SCORED
G. National Priorities                                                                    50
1 Will the planned treatment reduce nonpoint source pollutants (such as            Yes (10 points)               0
   nutrients, sediment, or pesticides and excess salinity) in impaired
   watersheds consistent with TMDLs where available, as well as the
   reduction of groundwater contamination, and the conservation of ground &
   surface water resources?

 2 Will the planned treatment reduce emissions (such as particulate matter,        Yes (10 points)               0
   nitrous oxides, volatile organic compounds, and ozone precursors and
   depleters) that contribute to air quality impairment violations of National
   Ambient Air Quality Standards?

 3 Will the planned treatment reduce soil erosion and sedimentation from           Yes (10 points)               0
   unacceptably high rates on highly erodible land?

 4 Will the planned treatment promote at-risk species habitat recovery?            Yes (20 points)               0

                                                                                       770                     0
TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL POINTS: (Add points from Section III.)
                                                                                  possible points        points scored
    If score is 75 points or more, calculate cost of practices. If score is less than 75 points, STOP.




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FY-2005 EQIP                                                           Waimea Field Office




                                   Noxious Weed List
                1   Broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus)
                2   Bush beardgrass (Schizachyrium condensatum)
                3   Christmasberry (Schinus terebinthifolius)
                4   Formosan koa (Acacia confusa)
                5   Fountaingrass (Pennisetum setaceum)
                6   Gorse (Ulex europaeus)
                7   Guava (Psidium guajava)
                8   Ironwood (Casuarina species)
                9   Klu (Acacia farnesiana)
               10   Largeleaf lantana (Lantana camara)
               11   Madagascar fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis)
               12   Waiawi or Strawberry guava (Psidium cattleianum)




USDA-NRCS-HI                          Page 8 of 15                     January 18, 2005
     NRCS Hawaii Weed List
 1   Acacia auriculiformis (Darwin Black Wattle)
 2   Acacia confusa (Formosan koa)
 3   Acacia farnesiana (klu, popinac)
 4   Acacia mearnsii (black wattle)
 5   Acacia melanoxylon (Australian blackwood)
 6   Acacia nilotica (gum arabic tree)
 7   Acacia parramattensis (South Wales wattle)
 8   Acaena novae-zelandiae (New Zealand bur, piripiri)
 9   Acroptilon repens (Russian knapweed)
10   Adenanthera pavonina (peacock tree)
11   Aeschynomene americana (American joint vetch)
12   Aeschynomene indica (Kat sola, Indian jointvetch)
13   Ageratina adenophora (croftonweed, Maui pamakani)
14   Ageratina riparia (creeping croftonweed, Hamakua pamakani)
15   Ailanthus altissima (tree of heaven)
16   Albizia lebbeck (woman's-tongue tree)
17   Allium vineale (wild garlic)
18   Andropogon bicornis (West Indian foxtail)
19   Andropogon virginicus (broomsedge, yellow bluestem)
20   Anemone hupehensis (Japanese thimbleweed)
21   Angiopteris evecta (mules foot, Madagascar tree fern, giant fern)
22   Anredera cordifolia (Madeira vine)
23   Anthoxanthum odoratum (sweet vernalgrass)
24   Antigonon leptopus (Mexican creeper, mountain rose, coral bells)
25   Archontophoenix alexandrae (Alexandra palm)
26   Ardisia crenata (Hilo holly, hens eyes, coral ardisia)
27   Ardisia elliptica (shoebutton ardisia)
28   Argemone mexicana (Mexican pricklypoppy)
29   Arthrostema ciliatum (arthrostemma)
30   Arundo donax (giant reed)
31   Asclepias physocarpa (balloonplant)
32   Asparagus densiflorus (asparagus fern)
33   Asparagus setaceus (climbing asparagus fern)
34   Bidens alba (romerillo)
35   Bidens cynapiifolia (West Indian beggarticks)
36   Bidens pilosa (beggar's tick, Spanish needle)
37   Bischofia javanica (bishopwood)
38   Bocconia frutescens (plume poppy)
39   Boerhavia coccinea (bocconia)
40   Brachiaria subquadripara (brachiaria)
41   Brassica nigra (black mustard, shortpod mustard)
42   Bromus tectorum (downy brome, cheatgrass)
43   Bruguiera gymnorrhiza (oriental mangrove)



                                Page 9 of 15
     NRCS Hawaii Weed List
44   Buddleja davidii (orange-eyed butterfly bush, summer lilac)
45   Buddleja madagascariensis (butterfly bush, smoke bush)
46   Caesalpinia decapetala (cats claw, popoki, Mysore thorn, wait-a-bit)
47   Cardaria pubescens (hairy whitetop)
48   Cardiospermum halicacabum (baloon vine)
49   Carmona retusa (Fukien tea, Philippine tea)
50   Castilloa elastica (Panama rubber tree, Mexican rubber tree)
51   Casuarina equisetifolia (common ironwood)
52   Casuarina glauca (swamp oak, saltmarsh or longleaf ironwood)
53   Cecropia obtusifolia (trumpet tree, guarumo)
54   Cenchrus echinatus (common sandbur)
55   Centrosema pubescens (centro)
56   Cereus uruguayanus (spiny tree cactus, Peruvian apple)
57   Cestrum diurnum (day cestrum, makahala, Chinese inkberry)
58   Cestrum nocturnum (night cestrum, night-blooming jasmine)
59   Chloris barbata (swollen fingergrass, mau'u lei)
60   Chloris virgata (feather fingergrass)
61   Chromolaena odorata (siamweed, bitterbush)
62   Chrysophyllum cainito (star apple)
63   Chrysophyllum oliviforme (satin leaf, caimitillo)
64   Cinchona pubescens (quinine tree)
65   Cinnamomum burmannii (Padang cassia, cinnamon tree)
66   Cinnamomum camphora (camphor tree)
67   Cirsium arvense (Canada thistle)
68   Cissus nodosa (grape ivy)
69   Citharexylum caudatum (fiddlewood, juniper berry)
70   Citharexylum spinosum (fiddlewood)
71   Clerodendrum buchanani (pagoda flower, lau'awa)
72   Clerodendrum chinense (glory bower)
73   Clerodendrum laponicum (glorybower)
74   Clerodendrum macrostegium
75   Clerodendrum quadriloculare (bronze leaved clerodendrum)
76   Clidemia hirta var. hirta (Koster’s curse, curse)
77   Clusia rosea (autograph tree, copey, Scotch attorney)
78   Coccinia grandis (ivy gourd, scarlet-fruited gourd)
79   Convolvulus arvensis (field bindweed)
80   Cordia glabra (broad-leaved cordia)
81   Cortaderia jubata (purple pampas grass)
82   Cortaderia selloana (silver pampas grass)
83   Corynocarpus laevigatus (New Zealand laurel, karakaranut)
84   Cotoneaster pannosus (cotoneaster)
85   Cryptostegia spp. (rubber vine, India rubber vine)
86   Cupaniopsis anacardioides (carrotwood)



                                Page 10 of 15
      NRCS Hawaii Weed List
87    Cymbopogon refractus (barbwire grass)
88    Cyperus esculentus (yellow nutsedge)
89    Cyperus haspan (haspan flatsedge)
90    Cyperus rotundus (nut grass, kili'p'opu)
91    Cytisus monspessulanus (French broom)
92    Cytisus scoparius (Scotch broom)
93    Delairea odorata (German ivy, Italian ivy)
94    Deparia petersonii (false spleenwort)
95    Derris elliptica (oiltree)
96    Desmodium cajanifolium (tropical ticktrefoil)
97    Dichrostachys nutans (marabu)
98    Digitaria ciliaris (Henry's crabgrass)
99    Digitaria insularis (sourgrass)
100   Digitaria violascens (smooth or violet crabgrass)
101   Dillenia suffruticosa (shrubby simpoh)
102   Dissotis rotundifolia (pinklady)
103   Duranta erecta (golden dewdrop, duranta, pigeon berry)
104   Ehrharta stipoides (meadow ricegrass)
105   Eichhornia crassipes (water hyacinth)
106   Elaeagnus umbellata (oleaster, autumn olive)
107   Elephantopus mollis (elephantopus, elephant’s foot)
108   Eleusine indica (wiregrass, manienie ali'i)
109   Elytrigia repens (quackgrass)
110   Emex spinosa (spiny emex)
111   Erigeron karvinskianus (daisy fleabane, Mexican daisy)
112   Eriobotrya japonica (loquat)
113   Eriocereus martinii (moon cactus)
114   Eucalyptus globulus (blue gum)
115   Euphorbia esula (leafy spurge)
116   Ficus microcarpa (Chinese banyan, Maylayan banyan)
117   Ficus rubiginosa (Port Jackson fig)
118   Flindersia brayleyana (silkwood, Queensland maple)
119   Fuchsia boliviana (fuchsia, lady's eardrops)
120   Fuchsia magellanica (hardy fuchsia, lady's eardrops, earring flower)
121   Fuchsia paniculata (fuchsia, lady's eardrops)
122   Furcraea foetida (Mauritius hemp)
123   Grevillea banksii (kahiliflower, Bank’s grevillea)
124   Grevillea robusta (silky oak, silver oak)
125   Halogeton glomeratus (halogeton)
126   Hedychium coronarium (white ginger)
127   Hedychim flavescens (yellow ginger, awapuhi melemele)
128   Hedychium gardnerianum (kahili ginger)
129   Heliocarpus popayanensis (white moho)



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      NRCS Hawaii Weed List
130   Heterocentron subtriplinervium (pearl flower)
131   Hiptage benghalensis (hiptage)
132   Hunnemannia fumariifolia (Mexican tulip poppy)
133   Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla, water thyme, Florida elodea)
134   Hyparrhenia rufa (jaragua)
135   Hypericum canariense (Canary Island St. Johnswort)
136   Hypochoeris radicata (hairy cat's ear, gosmore)
137   Hyptis pectinata (comb hyptis)
138   Hyptis suaveolens (wild spikenard)
139   Imperata cylindrica (cogon)
140   Ipomoea alba (tropical white morningglory)
141   Jasminum fluminense (Brazilian jasmine)
142   Juncus effusus (common rush)
143   Juncus planifolius (broadleaf rush)
144   Juncus polyanthemos (manyflower rush)
145   Kalanchoe delagoensis (chandelier plant)
146   Kalanchoe pinnata (air plant)
147   Kyllinga nemoralis (kili'o'opu)
148   Lagascea mollis (acuate)
149   Lantana camara (lantana)
150   Lemna spp. (duckweed)
151   Lepidium latifolium (perennial pepperweed)
152   Leptospermum ericoides (tree manuba)
153   Leptospermum scoparium (New Zealand tea)
154   Leucaena leucocephala (koa haole)
155   Ligustrum lucidum (tree privet, broadleaf privet)
156   Ligustrum sinense (Chinese privet, hedge privet, small-leaved privet)
157   Lonicera japonica (Japanese honeysuckle)
158   Macaranga mappa (pengua)
159   Macaranga tanarius (parasol leaf tree)
160   Malachra alceifolia (malachra)
161   Medinilla cumingii (medinilla)
162   Medinilla venosa (medinilla)
163   Melaleuca quinquenervia (paper bark, cajeput)
164   Melastoma candidum (Indian rhododendron, Bank's melastoma)
165   Melastoma sanguineum (fox-tongued melastoma)
166   Melastoma spp. (melastoma)
167   Melia azedarach (Chinaberry, pride-of-India)
168   Melinis minutiflora (molasses grass)
169   Melochia umbellata (melochia)
170   Merremia tuberosa (wood rose)
171   Miconia calvescens (miconia)
172   Miconia spp. (miconia)



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173   Mikania micanthra (mile-a-minute)
174   Mikania scandens (climbing hempweed)
175   Mimosa invisa (giant sensitiveplant)
176   Mimosa pigra (thorny sensitiveplant)
177   Miscanthus floridulus (miscanthus, Japanese silvergrass)
178   Montanoa hibiscifolia (tree daisy)
179   Muntingia calabura (Jamaica cherry)
180   Myrica cerifera (wax myrtle)
181   Myrica faya (firetree, candleberry myrtle, faya tree)
182   Najas spp. (naiad, pondweed)
183   Nicotiana glauca (tree tobacco)
184   Nymphaea spp. (water lily)
185   Ochna thomasiana (Mickey Mouse plant, ochna)
186   Olea europea (olive)
187   Oxyspora paniculata (oxyspora)
188   Paederia foetida (stinkvine)
189   Panicum repens (torpedograss)
190   Paraserianthes falcataria (Molucca albizia)
191   Paspalum conjugatum (Hilo grass)
192   Paspalum fimbriatum (fimbriate or Panama paspalum)
193   Paspalum urvillei (vasey grass)
194   Passiflora edulis (passion fruit, lilikoi, purple granadilla)
195   Passiflora laurifolia (yellow granadilla)
196   Passiflora lingularis (sweet granadilla)
197   Passiflora mollissima (banana passionfruit, banana poka)
198   Passiflora pulchella (wingleaf passionfruit)
199   Passiflora rubra (red passionfruit)
200   Passiflora suberosa (huehue haole)
201   Paulownia tomentosa (princess tree)
202   Pennisetum setaceum (fountaingrass)
203   Phormium tenax (New Zealand flax, New Zealand hemp)
204   Phyllostachys aurea (golden bamboo)
205   Phyllostachys nigra (black bamboo)
206   Phyla nodiflora (matt grass)
207   Pimenta dioica (allspice)
208   Pinus caribaea (slash pine)
209   Pinus patula (Mexican weeping pine)
210   Pinus pinaster (cluster pine)
211   Pinus taeda (loblolly pine)
212   Piper aduncum (spiked pepper)
213   Pistia stratiotes (water lettuce)
214   Pithecellobium dulce (opiuma)
215   Pittosporum pentandrum (mamalis)



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216   Pittosporum undulatum (Victorian box)
217   Platycerium bifurcatum (elkhorn fern, common staghorn fern)
218   Pluchea indica (Indian fleabane)
219   Pluchea symphytifolia (sourbush)
220   Polygonum capitatum (pink knotweed)
221   Portulaca oleracea (common purslane, wild portulaca)
222   Prosopis juliflora (algaroba, mesquite)
223   Prosopis pallida (mesquite, algaroba, kiawe)
224   Psidium cattleianum (strawberry guava, waiawi, `ula `ula)
225   Psidium guajava (guava)
226   Pueraria montana var. lobata (kudzu vine)
227   Pueraria phaseoloides (tropical kudzu)
228   Pyracantha angustifolia (firethorn)
229   Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove, american mangrove)
230   Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (downy rosemyrtle)
231   Rhynchelytrum repens (Natal redtop, Natal grass)
232   Rhynchospora caduca (anglestem beaksedge)
233   Ricinus communis (castor bean)
234   Rubus argutus (prickly Florida blackberry)
235   Rubus discolor (Himalayan blackberry)
236   Rubus ellipticus var. obcordatus (yellow Himalayan raspberry)
237   Rubus glaucus (raspberry)
238   Rubus niveus (hill raspberry)
239   Rubus rosifolius (West indian raspberry, roseleaf raspberry, ola'a)
240   Rubus sieboldii (Molucca raspberry)
241   Sacciolepis indica (Glenwood grass)
242   Salsola kali (Russian thistle)
243   Salvinia spp. (floating fern)
244   Schefflera actinophylla (umbrella or octopus tree)
245   Schinus terebinthifolius (Christmasberry, Brazilian pepper)
246   Schizachyrium condensatum (bush beardgrass, little bluestem)
247   Senecio madagascariensis (fireweed)
248   Senecio mikanioides (German or Italian ivy)
249   Senna alata (candle bush)
250   Setaria gracilis (yellow or perennial foxtail)
251   Setaria palmifolia (palmgrass)
252   Setaria verticillata (bristly foxtail, bur bristlegrass, hooked bristlegrass)
253   Solandra maxima (cup-of-gold, golden cup, chalice vine)
254   Solanum carolinense (horsenettle)
255   Solanum elaeagnifolium (silverleaf nightshade)
256   Solanum robustum
257   Solanum seaforthianum (Brazilian nightshade)
258   Solanum torvum (turkeyberry, terongan)



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259   Sonchus arvensis (perennial sowthistle)
260   Sorghum halapense (Johnson grass)
261   Spathodea campanulata (African tulip tree)
262   Spartium junceum (Spanish broom)
263   Sphaeropteris cooperi (Australian tree fern)
264   Spagneticola trilobata (wedelia)
265   Sporobolus indicus (West Indian dropseed, smutgrass)
266   Stapelia gigantea (carrion flower, starfish flower, Zulu-giant)
267   Stipa trichotoma (nasella tussock)
268   Striga spp. (witchweeds)
269   Syngonium podophyllum (arrowhead plant)
270   Syzygium cumini (Java plum, jambolan plum)
271   Syzigium jambos (rose apple)
272   Tagetes minuta (stinkweed, marigold)
273   Tamarix spp.
274   Tecoma stans (yellow bells)
275   Tephrosia purpurea (pila)
276   Terminalia myriocarpa (jhalna)
277   Tetragonia tetragonioides
278   Tetrazygia bicolor (Florida clover ash)
279   Themeda villosa (Lyon’s grass)
280   Thevetia peruviana (be-still tree)
281   Thunbergia alata (black-eyed susan vine)
282   Thunbergia grandiflora (Bengal trumpet, blue trumpet vine)
283   Thunbergia laurifolia (purple allamanda, laurel-leaved thunbergia)
284   Tibouchina herbacea (glorybush, cane ti)
285   Tibouchina longifolia (longleaf glorytree)
286   Tibouchina spp. (tibouchina)
287   Tibouchina urvilleana (lasiandra, glorybush)
288   Tithonia diversifolia (tree marigold)
289   Toona ciliata (Australian red cedar)
290   Trema orientalis (charcoal tree, gunpowder tree)
291   Triumfetta rhomboidea (paroquet bur)
292   Triumfetta semitriloba (Sacramento bur)
293   Ulex europaeus (gorse, furze, whin)
294   Urena lobata (caesarweed, aramina)
295   Verbascum thapsus (mullein, velvet plant, velvet dock, flannel plant)
296   Verbesina encelioides (golden crownbeard)
297   Wedelia trilobata (wedelia)
298   Wisteria sinensis (Chinese wisteria)




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