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Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 7-4-11

In an effort to highlight the importance of managing noxious weeds, Governor John Hickenlooper has made July 10-16 Colorado Noxious Weed Awareness Week. Noxious weeds affect more than 1 million acres across Colorado. Early detection and eradication are the best ways to manage the noxious weeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture distributes around $350,000 to $400,000 annually to help fight the weeds. There are 55 weeds on Colorado’s noxious weed list. The most aggressive include Canada thistle, field bindweed, leafy spurge, Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax.

More information can be found at http://www.ColoradoGov.ag/csd.

In an effort to highlight the importance of managing noxious weeds, Governor John Hickenlooper has made July 10-16 Colorado Noxious Weed Awareness Week. Noxious weeds affect more than 1 million acres across Colorado. Early detection and eradication are the best ways to manage the noxious weeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture distributes around $350,000 to $400,000 annually to help fight the weeds. There are 55 weeds on Colorado’s noxious weed list. The most aggressive include Canada thistle, field bindweed, leafy spurge, Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax.

More information can be found at http://www.ColoradoGov.ag/csd.

In an effort to highlight the importance of managing noxious weeds, Governor John Hickenlooper has made July 10-16 Colorado Noxious Weed Awareness Week. Noxious weeds affect more than 1 million acres across Colorado. Early detection and eradication are the best ways to manage the noxious weeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture distributes around $350,000 to $400,000 annually to help fight the weeds. There are 55 weeds on Colorado’s noxious weed list. The most aggressive include Canada thistle, field bindweed, leafy spurge, Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax.

More information can be found at http://www.ColoradoGov.ag/csd.

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In an effort to highlight the importance of managing noxious weeds, Governor John Hickenlooper has made July 10-16 Colorado Noxious Weed Awareness Week. Noxious weeds affect more than 1 million acres across Colorado. Early detection and eradication are the best ways to manage the noxious weeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture distributes around $350,000 to $400,000 annually to help fight the weeds. There are 55 weeds on Colorado’s noxious weed list. The most aggressive include Canada thistle, field bindweed, leafy spurge, Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax.

More information can be found at http://www.ColoradoGov.ag/csd.

In an effort to highlight the importance of managing noxious weeds, Governor John Hickenlooper has made July 10-16 Colorado Noxious Weed Awareness Week. Noxious weeds affect more than 1 million acres across Colorado. Early detection and eradication are the best ways to manage the noxious weeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture distributes around $350,000 to $400,000 annually to help fight the weeds. There are 55 weeds on Colorado’s noxious weed list. The most aggressive include Canada thistle, field bindweed, leafy spurge, Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax.

More information can be found at http://www.ColoradoGov.ag/csd.