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RE: poke/now garlic mustard

Garlic Mustard has been here for awhile. Regular work days are scheduled
just for irradiating it. At this time, I am not sure who is winning, but
it doesn't give up easily. Every spring there seems to be a new batch of
it somewhere :(

IL, Zone 5

> It is marching through the east like Sherman; consuming woodland and
> shading out all native nice guy seedlings.  It's even heading west
> and hitting Illinois and adjacent states...

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