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Homeowners in Phoenix, Arizona are becoming increasingly concerned about the spread of an invasive weed known as “stinknet.” The plant, which adds color to the desert landscape, becomes a fire hazard when it dries out.

As summer approaches, residents fear that their homes and properties will be at risk of catching fire.

Clearing out the plants is an expensive and time-consuming process that needs to be done before they dry out and spread their spores.

The Arizona Department of Agriculture added stinknet to their noxious weeds list in 2020, and researchers are working on finding ways to eradicate the plant completely.

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