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DNR: Invasive Japanese hedgeparsley taking hold in southern Wisconsin

Plant has the potential to spread to most regions of the state

1:19 PM, Jul. 9, 2013
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A relatively new invasive plant species has started spreading widely in southern Wisconsin and has now been found as far north as Portage County, but state invasive species specialists say most populations are still small enough to be contained before they expand.

"Landowners who have finished pulling garlic mustard for the year, may need to search their forests for Japanese hedgeparsley," says Nisa Karimi, a plant pest and disease specialist with the Department of Natural Resources.

Japanese hedgeparsley was first reported in Wisconsin in 1976. It has started spreading widely in ...

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