On tour, to weed out invasive species

On tour, to weed out invasive species

There are 10 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Jul 13, 2008, titled On tour, to weed out invasive species. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

The hunters were stalking their prey on a wooded path in Patapsco Valley State Park south of Baltimore, peering closely into the underbrush.

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Jay Simonds

Halethorpe, MD

#1 Jul 13, 2008
We were just at McKeldin area of The state park yesterday and I noticed som Lythrium growing on a small island in the river and menti8oned to my wife it is an invasive plant. It was near the converge of north and south branch.
Doug

Towson, MD

#2 Jul 13, 2008
Gee, perhaps native Indians should rip us out and spray us with Round-up.
Surf52

Gwynn Oak, MD

#3 Jul 13, 2008
The only invasive species I will not tolerate is the dandelion.
Douger

Abingdon, MD

#4 Jul 13, 2008
Oh...I thought this was about illegal aliens.
JLF

Baltimore, MD

#5 Jul 13, 2008
Too bad we can't get Home Depot, Wal-Mart and others to stop selling invasive non-native plants.
Moon otter

Gettysburg, PA

#6 Jul 13, 2008
Maybe its to bad we continue to buy the chinese junk that our stores sell to us. America needs to wake up because everytime someones buys something made from overseas you have possibly allowed something exotic to be introduced onto our shores. To the people at DNR keep up the good work but get the politics out of it and start doing some real work in controlling exotics. From garlic mustard to japanese stilt grass which is the worst and has to be herbicided to kill it and sometimes it takes consecutive applications in consecutive years to get rid of it.
Good article.
OH My

Dundalk, MD

#7 Jul 13, 2008
Now I have to go find pictures of these invasives...before they invade.
Critter69

Finksburg, MD

#8 Jul 13, 2008
Douger wrote:
Oh...I thought this was about illegal aliens.
Awww, the poor lawn isn't picture perfect?

Don't worry about the other invasive species. Eventually they'll cause the crop harvests to be a bit smaller each year, year after year, and the price of food will increase, year after year. Of course, you don't worry about a food crisis, do you. You just worry about that picture perfect lawn.
Jeff V

Ruskin, FL

#9 Jul 13, 2008
The return of the giant hogweed.

gordon

Middle River, MD

#10 Jul 13, 2008
the state park s should post pic's of these plants so everyone can see what they look like so when they are in the parks they too can help search-and-destroy

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