Oh, look at all that tall fluffy grass.

I haven’t had the “pleasure” of attacking phragmites, but I’ve seen plenty of it around SE Michigan.

Photo courtesy wikimedia commons

Photo courtesy wikimedia commons

If it’s in your neighborhood, scream, and then work with others to eradicate it. The muskrats, red-winged blackbirds and others will radiate gratitude. The following link explains more.

http://msue.anr.msu.edu/news/invasive_phragmites_australis_what_is_it_and_why_is_it_a_problem_part_2?utm_source=Invasive+Species+-+MSU+Extension+News+-+12-6-13&utm_campaign=Invasive+Species+12-6-13&utm_medium=email

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