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RA Howard, USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database.

Dog fennel poses risks in the field, to recreation

Co-authors: Jennifer Nelson, OVE Program Manager, and Chris Brown, volunteer Despite its relatively innocuous name, dog fennel is an invasive weed that wreaks havoc on native plant species in the Pacific Northwest. With an aggressive growth cycle and near year-round germination in our region, dog fennel is a nuisance in turf, on roadsides, in pastures,Read More

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