Purple loosestrife: CW66-538/1994E-PDF
Purple loosestrife came from Europe over a century ago. It invades wetlands and gradually takes them over, choking out all native vegetation. This brochure describes the plant, offers ways to remove or control it, suggests alternate plantings, and provides information on how to report it to the Canadian Wildlife Federation.
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|Note||Historical publication digitized from the collection of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Brochure produced by Ducks Unlimited Canada with the support of Environment Canada / Canadian Wildlife Service and the Canadian Wildlife Federation.|
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|Subject Terms||Wild plants, Weeds|
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