Committee eliminates invasive shrub from Wisconsin forest

11/10/2010 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

The Southern Door School forest committee in Door County, Wis., launched an attack against an invasive species of shrub known as autumn olive that has spread at the southern boundary of the forest. The group commissioned a contractor who razed about five acres of autumn olive with the use of a skid loader that breaks the plants into mulch chips. Once the autumn olive returns, it will be sprayed with chemicals that are toxic to the plant's roots, according to one committee member.

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