STE. GENEVIEVE, Mo. ó Some people love a good fight. Others have to be fired up. When Private Lands Conservationist Jan Dellamano, with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), thinks about the harm caused to wildlife and livestock by invasive spotted knapweed, he gets fired up.
ďThe only good thing about the flowering stage of this weed is that it helps in identifying it so we can get rid of it,Ē Dellamano said.
And now is just the right time to look for these offensive blooms. Dellamano says when you find it, thereís just one thing to do. Kill it.
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