It's not just over-seas -
It has become quite invasive - everyone should be aware
and take care !
Also - it's little cousin wild parsnip - a rapidly spreading
On 5/30/2018 12:46 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I don't know how evasive it is but these things can become a problem
outside their native habitat. Wasn't the US customs going to fine a
woman for bringing in a apple given to her on her travels back to the US
that she got on a French airline?
I thought it was comical about 30 years ago on a bus going from the
airport into Toronto to see a couple of secretaries returning from a
vacation in Cuba with a cute insect they had. Might have become a
scourge in Canada.
We got invaded by stink bugs a few years ago and they were taking over
even ruining my peppers. Must have take a while for birds and bats to
find them tasty as they are no longer a problem.
I'm infested with Japanese stilt-grass due to somebody in Japan using it
as a packing material to ship to the US.
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