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According to Reichenbach, the biggest three threats to urban trees are oak wilt, the emerald ash borer and invasive plants such as common buckthorn.
Some people use buckthorn as a barrier, and that’s not good because the seeds go everywhere.
Acres of Ohio horsemint, pale leafcup, leafy prairie clover and glade quillwort now thrive on land that once was a forest of prickly buckthorn.
Steve Sullivan, county parks director, said last week that the county has spent about $700,000 since 2015 to restore prairies, improve woodlands, enhance water quality in ponds and remove buckthorn in the 2,000-acre park.
Invasive honeysuckle and buckthorn have been targeted for removal, and young bur oaks, often protected by a mesh blanket, have been planted among the grasslands.
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