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Re: Invasive pseudo

The state of New York had a pilot program in which it introduced a beetle that
would feed on Purple Loosestrife to control it.  I have not heard how the 
program is going.  It was reported in the New York State Conservationist, out
of that Department. With a conservative governor, we are lucky we haven't 
drained the swamps for a shopping mall or low income housing that no one wants
.  oh, dear.  that's not about iris.  psuedocorus !!!!!
Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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