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Spanish Broom

Spanish broom (Spartium junceum) has pea-like flowers as described in my previous post (“Pea Flower Arrangement” 11-20-17). Spanish broom is the only species in its genus, … 455 more words

Wildflowers

Hated weeds, take 2

Last week, I left you all with a cliff-hanger. What is this weed that I loath?

This is Campanula rapunculoides aka creeping bellflower or rampion bellflower. 496 more words

Gaiety Hollow

County to leave weed agency

The Baker County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to leave the Tri-County Cooperative Weed Management Area.

But two of the three commissioners left open the possibility that the decision wouldn’t be final. 33 more words

Dept. Of Agriculture

Give weeds the brush off!

Weed control is hard work so it makes sense to look for ways to do less of it. Preventing weeds from moving to new places is one of the easiest things we can all do to reduce the need for weed control. 489 more words

Noxious Weeds

Seminario gratuito en español sobre el manejo de malas hierbas

El Programa de Control de Malas Hierbas Nocivas del Condado de King, en colaboración con Seattle Public Utilities, está ofreciendo un seminario gratuito en español sobre el manejo de malas hierbas. 241 more words

Stewardship

Noxious weed control tips for September

Tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)
You might still be able to catch some late-flowering tansy ragwort before the seeds get loose. Also, areas that were mowed or impacted by cinnabar caterpillars are likely to have plants flowering this month, especially after we get some rain. 864 more words

Weed Identification

APHIS Seeks Public Comment on Three Draft Pest Risk Assessments for the Importation of Aquatic Plants

APHIS seeks public comment on three draft pest risk assessments (PRAs) for the importation of the following list of aquatic plants in approved growing media from Denmark into the continental United States and Alaska: 155 more words

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