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'Swish and spit' looks effective on would-be invasives

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DULUTH (AP) — The first saltwater ship of the 2012 season left the Twin Ports last week with a load of wheat bound for Belgium, and there’s some good news on what the Arubaborg probably did not leave behind.

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Invasive species.

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