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Norway maple: ornamental but an invader

October 20, 2009
By HILARY SMITH

As autumn wanes and winter arrives, the seasonal change provides landowners and managers with some reprieve from invading plants and animals. Ice and snow pack may limit biological activity but deep in the water invasive aquatic plants over-winter until ice-out. In the ground the roots of terrestrial perennials lay in waiting for the spring thaw. Already burrowed into their living hibernacula, forest pests remain still until the flush of spring and then begin their exit strategy.

 
 

 

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