WHYY in Philadelphia reports on battling invasive Phragmites in Delaware

“There are still no solutions,” says Harsh Bais, PhD, University of Delaware, about reversing the invasion of Phragmites australis, however, treatments are being explored and the plant’s aggressive mechanisms are being deciphered by chemists.

whyyphila — May 21, 2010 — In nearly all of Delaware’s marshlands, plants native to Delaware are fighting a losing battle against a successful invader, the reed Phragmites.

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A smattering of native plant sales

• California — East Bay: April 17
• California — Napa: April 10-11
• California — Sacramento: April 11
• California — San Francisco: April 18
• Delaware — Greenville: May 1-2
• Idaho — Boise: April 24
• Illinois — Wheaton: May 1
• Florida — Gainesville: April 16-17
• Michigan — Lake City: May 1
• Michigan — Lansing, May 1
• Michigan — Okemos, May 22
• Michigan — Paris: June 4
• New York — Valhalla, April 24
• Ohio — Dayton: April 17
• Oregon — Milwaukie: April 24
• Oregon — Portland: May 15-16
• Pennsylvania — Hummelstown: May 1
• Pennsylvania — Philadelphia: April 24-25
• Tennessee — Chattanooga: April 9-11
• Virginia — Alexandria: April 24
• Virginia — Newport News: April 17-25
• Washington — Mount Vernon, April 24
• Wisconsin — Franklin: May 8-9
• Wisconsin — Madison: May 8
• Wisconsin — Waukesha: May 8

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