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The city of Maine brings goats to get rid of invasive plants

The city of Maine brings goats to get rid of invasive plants

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Updated: 4:17 PM EDT September 4, 2019

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FOOD FOR CHICKENS. IN FREEPORT, JIM KEITHLEY WMTW NEWS 8. "WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN A LOCAL PARK BEGINS TO DROP UP WITH UNWANTED PLANTS? YOU SEND THE GOATS! INVASIVE VEGETATION. SOUTH PORTLAND HAS PROHIBITION OF PESTICIDES THAT KILL THE PLANTS, WHY NATURAL AND SAFE ALTERNATIVE. "THEY SHALL CUT THE JAPANESE KNOT BEHIND ME AND THEN THE CITY WILL COME AFTER AND APPLY COVER WITH THE SKIN. OUTSIDE. AND WE HOPE TO USE IT AS A DEMONSTRATION OF WHAT PEOPLE CAN DO IN THEIR OWN PROPERTY. "AND IT'S NOT ONLY FOR THE PARKS! YES!

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The city of Maine brings goats to get rid of invasive plants

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Updated: 4:17 PM EDT September 4, 2019

The city of South Portland has called some goats to help get rid of invasive plants in a local park. The city has a pesticide ban, so goats are an ecological way to get rid of unwanted plants.

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine –

The city of South Portland has called some goats to help get rid of invasive plants in a local park.

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The city has a pesticide ban, so goats are an ecological way to get rid of unwanted plants.

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Source: https://www.wmtw.com/article/maine-city-brings-in-goats-to-get-rid-of-invasive-plants/28916752

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