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Guide – Common Roadside Invasives
A nationwide field guide to non-native trees, shrubs, and vines published by the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration. This laminated guide identifies 60 invasive plants commonly found across the United States. Colored drawings of leaves, seed pods, and flowers assist in the identification of these plants. It is small enough to fit in glove compartments so you can have the guide handy wherever you go.
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