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Re: OT: Chinese Lanterns

From: Barb Johnson <lgjohnsn@ipa.net>

Paul & Yvonne Tyerman wrote:
> There are two things called Chinese Lantern.  One is the Abutilon (the
> rather pretty relative of the hibiscus) and the other is a potential
> noxious weed.  I cannot remember what the name of the noxious one is. 

Something we are having to fight every year that looks like little
lanterns is Ground Cherries. They have a 3 foot taproot, and we are
finally using Roundup on them this year. Bah! 
Barb Johnson			mailto:lgjohnsn@ipa.net
Near Springfield, SW Missouri	AIS, ISO, HIPS, RIS, MIS
USDA Zone 5b			AIS Region 18 (KS & MO)	

IMAC Code:  A9088C0073

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