The Legend of Chromolaena

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  • Days later, people found out even more...
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  • Oh, no! My cattle are all throwing up! It's polluting the air so badly!
  • My skin is itchy! It is red all over the place! What's wrong with me! 
  • This must happened just because I touched my ill cattle today!
  • Why do I have so many female babies?
  • That's because the giant plants create too many shades, which lower the temperature of our eggs.
  • We need to find some solutions!!!
  • Let's go and ask the sacred sage! He'll tell us what to do.
  • But what can we do? There are so many of them!
  • We can't kill all of them!
  • Of course. Let me show you one of my encyclopedia of plants. Here it is:
  • My honorific sage! There is a problem. Can you help us get rid of the giant plants outside?
  • Chromolaena Methods to remove:   Young plants can be pulled by hand. Adult plants require herbicides treatment. Insects that eat chromolaena:   Pareuchaetes psedoinsulata - a leaf-eating moth, can reduce areas with sunlight seized by chromolaena leaves.   Weevil - seed-eating insect
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