Plant of the Week: Jerusalem Cherry
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Exotic, non-indigenous weeds whether purposefully or inadvertently introduced are capable of reducing crop and livestock production, increasing production costs and postharvest crop losses through direct competition with agricultural crops. Nationwide, direct non-indigenous weed costs are estimated to be $3.6 to $5.4 billion annually.
Aired: 12/14/12Video has closed captioning.