OkIPC Getting Down And Dirty On Invasive Species

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by Sean Hubbard.
STILLWATER, Okla. – They all have more than four letters, but they are certainly bad words in the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Invasive Plant Council (OkIPC) recently released posters, highlighting the state’s most problematic species, The Dirty Dozen. Among the list are the all-too-familiar eastern redcedar, musk thistle and yellow bluestem.
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