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The Invasive Brazilian Peppertree

Posted by Ben Gutnik on 12/3/20 2:24 PM

The Brazilian peppertree (Schinus terebinthifolius) grows natively in Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil, and Americans first brought it to Florida in the 1840s. Today, this invasive species occurs in some of the United States' warmest regions, including Florida, California, Hawaii, Texas, and Georgia.

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Topics: Brazilian Pepper Tree, Forestry, Invasive Species

Saw Palmetto & Brazilian Pepper Tree a Problem in the Southeast

Posted by Ben Gutnik on 10/17/16 9:35 AM

Saw Palmetto overgrowing rangeland in FL. (Photo courtesy: University of Florida IFAS Extension)

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Topics: Ranchers, Skid-Steer, Producers, Landowners, Southeast, Brazilian Pepper Tree, Palmetto, Florida

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