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Fine Gardening/garlic mustard

Well y'alls favorite (NOT) weed got a write up in the latest issue of
Fine Gardening. I looked at the picture and know for sure now I've never
seen it. It listed the states this invasive little boogerbear has gotten
to and gratefully Texas is not so blessed. We have enough trouble w/
fire ants and grasshoppers. Garlic mustard obviously is every bit as
noxious as y'all have said. At least now I know what to look for should
it head this way.

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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