Aussie town battles tumbleweed invasion: A climate change signal?

Christian Science Monitor: Hairy panic, a perennial weed native to inland Australia, has taken over the rural city of Wangaratta in northern Victoria. “Walked out the front door this morning to find a good six-metre [19-foot] spread of tumbleweed across the front of the house – again,” Wangaratta local Jason Pera tells Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Thursday. “It makes it difficult to get the car out in the morning – if you can find it.” Images and videos of panicum effusum, adequately nicknamed hairy panic,......

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