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Invasive Zombie Plants in Quebec
An invasive plant species that has become a worrisome problem in Quebec lakes and rivers is also present in four other provinces as well as in almost every U.S. state.

Eurasian watermilfoil has been a huge problem in Ontario for the last five to 10 years and unfortunately it is in many of the lakes in cottage country from Muskoka to eastern Ontario.

In Quebec, a coalition of groups has called on the province to act immediately because at least 200 rivers and lakes have been invaded by the plant, which is hurting recreational activities as well as aquatic flora and fauna. The coalition represents municipalities, scientists, tourism groups and business people.




 
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Banned Plants are Popular for Landscaping - Some of the most popular landscaping plants may soon be ending up on New York’s list of outlawed plants. Norway maple, burning bush, and Japanese barberry hedge adapt well to almost any environment and reproduce quickly making them a staple in landscaping, but that is also why they are being banned.


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