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North Dakota residents can give input on noxious weeds

BISMARCK - Residents can take part in a survey to decide which plants should be declared noxious weeds in North Dakota, the state Department of Agriculture announced today.

BISMARCK - Residents can take part in a survey to decide which plants should be declared noxious weeds in North Dakota, the state Department of Agriculture announced today.

A noxious weed is a plant determined to be injurious to public health, crops, livestock, land or other property, according to a news release from the department.

Residents can access the survey until Nov. 1 through the department's Web site,

www.agdepartment.com

.

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The survey asks participants to vote on more than 30 plants as to whether each weed should be declared noxious. Participants can also write in other options.

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