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Preventing The Spread Of Invasive Plants
Thursday, 08/02/12
By Steve Zind
Non-native, invasive plants are one of the biggest threats to the health of our forests. We’ll talk about these plants, from wild parsnip to Japanese knotweed to garlic mustard, and what’s being done to combat them.
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Highway Mowing Aims To Help Control Invasive Plants
Wednesday, 07/28/10
By Melody Bodette
This is the time of year when road crews mow along the state highways. Timing is critical because at least a dozen invasive species grow along the roads.
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Green Mountain National Forest Looks To Get Rid Of Invasives
Friday, 07/23/10
By Ross Sneyd
Green Mountain National Forest biologists have been studying how to control and eradicate invasive plants.
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Aggressive new invasive discovered in Lake Champlain
Monday, 09/21/09
By John Dillon
Scientists have confirmed that a non-native plant, called variable-leaved watermilfoil, is growing in the southern end of Missisquoi Bay, in Lake Champlain.
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