I’m going to include a little bit this week about weeds . . .

Not your normal garden type weeds or your corn field type noxious weed. This is about a native tree that many have lately considered “an invasive, non-desirable and problematic tree.”

An interesting consideration is that the determination that the Eastern Red Cedar Tree has become a “Noxious Weed” comes from a publication of Panhandle Research Integration for Discovery Education.

Maybe “Noxious” isn’t quite an accurate notation, but in this publication it’s a plant that should be treated like a “Noxious”...

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