Getting to the root of the problem

The trouble with Devil Weed


Arundo donax is also known as “devil weed” because it causes so many problems, spreads easily and is difficult to kill. It looks like bamboo, growing up to 30-feet high, mainly along the shores of local river banks.
It can grow thick enough to change the course of streams and crowd out native vegetation. Arundo does not provide habitat for local species of animals, it raises water temperature by eliminating plants that provide more shade and sucks up more than five times the water c...

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