Invasive Plant Species of the Finger Lakes Marissa Madej Finger Lakes Institute Hobart and William Smith Colleges March 29, 2005 What are invasive plants? Plants that are not native to the environment they exist in Introduced into a new environment most often by human activity
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March 29, 2005
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