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Invasive vine treatment fails

Thursday 11 June 2015 | Published in Environment

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Invasive vine treatment fails
Mile a minute vines currently growing at the Ministry of Agriculture which will be infected with the next batch of rust fungus brought in from New Zealand.

A recent effort to rid Rarotonga of the extremely invasive vine mile a minute, which has covered bush, trees and even plantations on the island, has failed.

A recent effort to rid Rarotonga of the extremely invasive vine mile a minute, which has covered bush, trees and even plantations on the island, has failed.


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