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Field bindweed and morning glory are pretty weeds that destroy ecosystems

Both have beautiful petunia-like flowers. Both are aggressive vines. Both are in the sweet potato family. Both are a menace in crop fields, and both invade non-crop areas. Field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) is perennial and morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea and … Continue reading

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Lately I’ve noticed more traditional livestock animals in residential areas. I’m sure 4-H has a lot to do with that along with selling cropland for development. Whatever the case, this new group of hobby farmers should be aware of a … Continue reading

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