Reed grass: A story in the Jan. 24 Post Independent incorrectly identified an invasive plant on the rise in Garfield County. The invasive species is the common reed grass, Phragmites australis in Latin, which grows to 15 feet tall, not the giant reed grass, Arundo in Latin, which grows to 20 feet tall.
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