Tumbleweed Invasion Afflicts California Town
As the winds intensified, a California desert town 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles was held hostage by its zombie foliage.
An invasive species of ground plant, Russian thistle, gets its common name from its unique seed dissemination technique. As the plant dries out and the winds blow it away, Russian thistle ...
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