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Non-native invasives like autumn olive, multiflora rose, and bittersweet had spread throughout land that had once been pasture.
Barringer said the calves graze on multiflora rose, an aggressive invasive shrub that forms dense thickets, destroying woodlands and meadows.
Three of the worst offenders in Alabama include the multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora), Cherokee rose (R. laevigata), and the Macartney rose (R. bracteata).
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First Known Use: 1829See Words from the same year
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