Secondary Invasion: The Bane of Weed Management
Have you ever noticed this happening after you've successfully eliminated a particular weed and or other invasive plant roadsides and in parks? This free download explains a curious phenomenon: Getting rid of one species sometimes paves the way for a new problem. If so, vegetation management is a never-ending responsibility.
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