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    Now, because dandelions are so plentiful in many lawns you can do an early harvest and take the young leaves and leave the root in the ground to grow back and then come back for the flower and root.
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    Her unease is centered around the fact that our local agricultural industry has become increasingly focussed around monocultures of high - bush blueberries and cranberries, and that once the pollination season is over for these two crops, there is...
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    Biologist Sara Dykman is following the Monarch butterfly migration with a group of cyclists, learning about the long journey and teaching their findings to students along the way.
  • Japanese knotweed spraying in District of North Vancouver a concern
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    Apr 21, 2017 06:28 pm by North Shore News
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