Should We Always Manage Invasive Species? Maybe Not

Invasive species are an expensive problem in the United States. Federal agencies spent more than $104 million last year to control them. But a recent study on invasive garlic mustard shows that, at least in some cases, it might be better to leave invasive species alone.  Click on the following sentence to access the full story.

“Over time what happens is the species evolves, the species with which it is competing evolve and this apparent superiority slowly begins to decline,” said Thompson.

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