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Knot More Weed?

Yesterday Bobbie and I again donned our rather warm spray suits to cut and treat most of the remaining Japanese Knotweed in the Valley. If left unmanaged, then this non-native invasive plant forms a dense mono-culture that swaps other vegetation. … Continue reading

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Hot Rangers model yellow suits

Part of our work at this time of the year is to spray off Japanese Knotweed as it is an invasive species that tends to out compete our native flora.  For us that means full protective suits and rigorous cleaning … Continue reading

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