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This post thanks to Marc Imlay

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/giant-hogweed-plant-causes-blindness-third-degree-burns-discovered-in-virginia-other-states/  The dangerous plant also grows in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Oregon, Washington, Michigan, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

How successful have our programs been in reducing the amount of giant hogweed? How well are we using our success data to help obtain support for our invasive species control programs?

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