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  •  They've had some good success releasing beetles (0+ / 0-)

    in some places. The beetles eat nothing but the loosestrife.

    Another huge problem right now is lesser celadine (Ranunculus ficaria). It's also especially invasive in wetlands, and the monocultural stands it creates crowds out everything else.

    Unfortunately, many of the people who see it find it pretty.

    Interested in identifying and eating wild plants? Check out my foraging diaries.

    by wide eyed lib on Wed Apr 28, 2010 at 04:24:37 AM PDT

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