What are Invasive Plants?
Invasive species are, generally, non-native species that cause ecological or economical harm. They share certain characteristics, such as being able to mature quickly, generate many offspring and can tolerate a wide range of habitats.
Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019 Because of the characteristics that allow a species to successfully establish in new territory, invasive species make terrible neighbors. They out-compete native species for the same resources, eventually reducing the populations of native species (and in some cases even removing species from a community altogether). Some invasive species have more complicated effects which have ramifications higher up the food chain, resulting in fewer native birds and wildlife. The third main effect of invasive species is that they have the ability to alter natural functions of communities and ecosystems.
Đổi thẻ game nạp bằng SMS 2019Some of the most common and highly invasive species we have in our City Parks are:
Some progress has been made towards removing invasive plants from our parks. Volunteers from Lands & Water have held several volunteer days to help remove English ivy, euonymus, vinca, wild roses and honeysuckle bushes from the woods at Kutner Park.