Northern Ireland takes on invasive species

The executive has published its first strategy to tackle problem species that are "extremely difficult to control and eradicate"

by Simon Evans
Japanese knotweed is one of the problem plants to be targeted by Northern Ireland's invasive species strategy (photograph by Kenneth Allen, CC by SA 2.0)
Japanese knotweed is one of the problem plants to be targeted by Northern Ireland's invasive species strategy (photograph by Kenneth Allen, CC by SA 2.0)

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