Assessed using the Infraspecific Taxon Protocol (ITP).
Although this infraspecific taxon has traits that suggest lower invasion risk than the resident species (e.g. fewer seeds produced than the resident species) the conclusions for this infraspecific taxon are the same as for the resident species.
APPROVED SPECIFIED AND LIMITED USES:
UF/IFAS faculty may recommend this species provided they recommend the following best management practices developed by the UF/IFAS Invasive Plant Working Group. For details about the specified and limited uses see “” under “”.
Assessment Status: Complete