WHERE INVASIVE SPECIES CAN'T TAKE ROOT

EFFORTS TO CONTROL invasive plants such as kudzu and leafy spurge, to mention only two, are important to maintaining healthy ecosystems. Left unattended, they can upset the entire balance of natural landscapes.

As a trained plant scientist, I've always been fascinated by plant ecology. But some time ago one species showed me a whole other side of my interest. For three years I studied invasive yellow starthistle, seeking ways to slow or stop its spread. At the time of my study, this plant had already invaded over 1.5 million acres in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon, and over 8 million acres in California.

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