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Worthless Tree of Heaven taking up Oak, Poplar, Walnut space

2017-06-15 - Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road, Campellsville, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, retired district forester, Kentucky Division of Forestry, President of Homeplace on Green River.
Kentucky Division of Forestry Forest Health Specialist, Abe Nielsen describes how Invasive Plants actually compete and in many cases can actually alter complete ecosystems killing and suppressing native plants, destroying food sources and habitat that many wild animals depend upon. The general idea for forest landowners is "if you're growing Tree of Heaven which is useless, you are not growing Oak, Poplar or Walnut". - BILLY JOE FUDGE

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