MDA asks Minnesotans to watch for invasive vine
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) cautions Minnesota decorators and retailers to look twice when assembling fall décor and to avoid the vibrant Oriental bittersweet.
Oriental bittersweet is a woody vine commonly used for landscaping and holiday decorating. When established, this invasive vine can strangle trees, dominate tree canopies and kill understory plants from lack of sunlight.
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