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Letter: Mystery plant could be Squawroot

Sara Sproles writes:
Possibly Squawroot. Little hard to tell from the picture.
Comments re: Mystery plant needs identification

Thank you Sara! Looking into the name at this link, it appears similar -- we'll leave it to Miss Donna Rieder to make the final decision as to whether the plant is indeed squawroot or not.




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Mystery plant needs identification



2021-06-14 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Miss Donna Rieder.
Donna Rieder writes, “Can anyone tell me what these are? In 13 years on this farm, I've never seen them before. They're all inside an area of about 20'. I'm wondering if they're some kind of fungus?”

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