Posion ivy grabbing more and more territory in N.H.

The invasion is rapidly expanding. No, this isnít the quadrennial influx of presidential candidates. Itís also not the intrusion of exotic insects that threaten to destroy our hemlock, ash and maple trees. And while ticks are also one of the pests that have dramatically increased in recent years, thatís not what Iím referring to.


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