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Transcript of Garlic Moutard
First seen in 1868
Smells of horseradish
Why is it dangerous? Produces allelochemicals that harm mycorrhizal fungi.
White-tail deer do not eat them.
Seeds stay viable for up to five years. Hand pulling
control and eradication Works Cited "PCA Alien Plant Working Group - Garlic Mustard (Alliara petiolata)." US National Park Service - Experience Your America. Web. 18 April. 2010.