In 2007, Gesäuse National Park initiated a management to combat Invasive Neophytes. Since 2010, the annual actions have been extended to the entire protected area. The focus is on freeing sensitive habitats. The following three types are actively combated: Glandy springwort, Canada and giant golden rod and Japanese perennial knot.
In general, the neophyte management of the Gesäuse National Park shows good success. Glandy springwort could be pushed back almost everywhere, Japanese perennial knotich plays a minor role. The gold rods alone show a tendency to spread despite the measures. Supplies are supplied by the dominant stocks in the Gstatterboden and Hieflau area, along road and railroads, where no control is still taking place. Neophytes will continue to enter the protected area.
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