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Russian Weed Proves a Nuisance in U.S. Northwest

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Russian Weed Proves a Nuisance in U.S. Northwest

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Russian Weed Proves a Nuisance in U.S. Northwest

Russian Weed Proves a Nuisance in U.S. Northwest

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Knapweed — a plant inadvertently imported from the Russian steppes — is overrunning native plants from Washington to Idaho and Montana. Dogs may be the answer. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Hal Stiner of the Rocky Mountain Command Dogs.

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