Invasive phragmites control underway at Taquanyah

To The Haldimand Press

CAYUGA—The fourth phase of a plan to control an invasive plant at Taquanyah Conservation Area, just west of Cayuga, was expected to begin October 1, 2020 and last approximately two weeks.

While phragmites is a problem throughout the province, it is important to control it at Taquanyah – one of only two locations in Ontario where an endangered plant, Virginia mallow, grows. Controlling phragmites is an essential step in ensuring that the Virginia mallow will continue to thrive in Taquanyah.

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