I’m glad Canada is working out methods to control invasive Phragmites australis australis.
You write that Canada has no use for phragmites. What about composting and biofuel? It seems a waste to destroy so much organic matter without giving much thought to how it might be used.
Evidence of the glyphosate aerial bombing damage can be viewed on the “Friends of Rondeau Bay” Facebook Page
Application of herbicides into the Rondeau Bay wetland ecosystem has had a devastating effect on the ecology. This was little more than a cosmetic pesticide application aimed at gaining government support for yet another War on Plants.
The fanatical mass spraying of a non selective herbicide and carcinogen into the last natural wetlands along lake Erie has killed many rare native species lost as Collateral Damage.
What is is is a Growth Market for Pesticide applicator’s whose business model was curtailed with the Ontario Cosmetic Pesticide Ban legislation.
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