Japanese knotweed is a semi-woody invasive perennial which grows up to 9 feet tall. It has become a serious problem in Pennsylvania. It poses a significant threat to riparian areas, as it
spreads easily and is very difficult to eradicate. Knotweed sprouts in April, and early shoots and leaves are edible. It can be used in savory or sweet dishes. We will be having a program to spotlight our noxious neighbor and cook it up. You are invited to participate!
Limited in-person attendance is available, in the lower meeting room at the Ag Services Building at 702 Sawmill Road, Bloomsburg. To register for in-person attendance, please call 570-317-9456