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In the second quarter of 2015, the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s National Pest Management Program found that many species of invasive species are “very important for agriculture,” according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pest Management Report.

The Pest Management Report’s 2011 report says invasive species are a primary concern in the western U.S., and they’re also increasingly a problem in California and the Pacific Northwest.
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Anderson said he’s aware of “some large species, like the great pinky-nosed black locust (N. pygma fumigatus), that are at risk of a lot of potential impacts for agriculture.”

On average, he said, there were one or more non-native species impacted by invasive species, but an additional two or three are on the list.

“You would have less native species,” Anderson said; he’s talking about red herring, an area of vegetation found in Oregon that’s often hit by invasive species, such as aphids and eucalypts.

Some of the native species cited by the USDA are: red locust, black locust and orange locust. The two are “all

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Silage Chopping Machine in West Orange, Calif. (Photo: File)Buy Photo

In the second quarter of 2015, the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s National Pest Management Program found that many species of invasive species are “very important for agriculture,” according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pest Management Report.

The Pest Management Report’s 2011 report says invasive species are a primary concern in the western U.S., and they’re also increasingly a problem in California and the Pacific Northwest.
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Anderson said he’s aware of “some large species, like the great pinky-nosed black locust (N. pygma fumigatus), that are at risk of a lot of potential impacts for agriculture.”

On average, he said, there were one or more non-native species impacted by invasive species, but an additional two or three are on the list.

“You would have less native species,” Anderson said; he’s talking about red herring, an area of vegetation found in Oregon that’s often hit by invasive species, such as aphids and eucalypts.

Some of the native species cited by the USDA are: red locust, black locust and orange locust. The two are “all