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Kathleen Kidd holds a container of Rhinoncomimus latipes weevils that are being released into the environment to help combat the Mile-a-Minute vine, Wednesday.

Thomas J. Turney

Kathleen Kidd holds a container of Rhinoncomimus latipes weevils that are being released into the environment to help combat the Mile-a-Minute vine, Wednesday.

Weevils’ released to fight invasive weed

By Peter Williams

The Perquimans Weekly

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HERTFORD — Sometimes it takes one pest to get rid of another. At least that’s the plan, state agriculture officials say.

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