Magic Relighting Candles

A regular blog sharing a biology observation from my hike on the Musconetcong Wildlife Management Area trail in Asbury. -Tish Lascelle, MWA President It’s true that September is my birthday month, but that’s not why I’ve been thinking about those magic relighting birthday candles. Let’s face it, these days, no one wants to eat cake that someone just blew on once, let alone many times. So why am I talking about trick candles when this is a blog allegedly about the Musky Trail? Because there is – dun, dun, dun – Japanese Knotweed along the trail! Aaack! Japanese Knotweed is a pack of Magic Candles in the riveting world of plants – virtually impossible to extinguish. It is non-native (“Jap

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Musconetcong Watershed Association

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