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Wednesday, March 26, 2003

 
Spring, when young Japanese knotweed rhizomes burst forth with new shoots...

A sure sign it's spring: hits on The Knotweed Page, one of my other web sites, are way up, especially from people in the UK. Getting frustrated while searching for the perfect knotweed antidote? Take a break and check out photos of the UMass Boston Japanese knotweed exhibit from this year's New England Spring Flower Show, or maybe buy yourself a cute Knotweed-Hating Teddy Bear. And if you are from the UK, a good starting place for resolving your Fallopia japonica, Reynoutria japonica and Polygonum cuspidatum problems is the Japanese Knotweed Control Forum for Cornwall web site.

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