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Vicky Pike asks citizens to aid state effort vs. poison hemlock

Commends Adair County Agent Nick Roy for effort to make community aware of the problem presented by the invasive, noxious plant
Photo at left by Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent

By Victoria Pike
Personal commentary

I messaged Chuck Wolfe at the Kentucky Department of Transportation yesterday and informed him of the problem in Adair County. He is forwarding it to the District 8 office in Somerset for possible action.

Glad to see Nick Roy put out some much needed information on the growing problem of poison hemlock. I urge each landowner who has it growing adjoining their property to contact the Ky Transportation Dept and ask for assistance in getting it mowed or sprayed. - Victoria Pike

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