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April 27, 2011 12:00 AM

Scotch broom, that pesky noxious weed, carries an economic cost

In the late nineteenth century, a little town in New Hampshire high in the White Mountains, suddenly became home to dozens of grand hotels, packed with tourists all drawn there by the one thing the town didn't have. It had no ragweed.

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