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Netherlands

exists of natural hybrid (hybrid (biology))s. Small Balsam (''I. parviflora''), originally native to southern Central Asia, is even more extensively naturalized in Europe. More problematic is the Himalayan Balsam (''I. glandulifera''), a high-growing species which displaces smaller plants by denying them sunlight. It is an invasive weed in many places, and tends to dominate riparian vegetation along polluted rivers and nitrogen-rich spots. Thus, it exacerbates


Poland

;ndash; the only ''Impatiens'' species native to Central and Northern Europe – and utilizes similar habitats, but no evidence exists of natural hybrid (hybrid (biology))s. Small Balsam (''I. parviflora''), originally native to southern Central Asia, is even more extensively naturalized in Europe. More problematic is the Himalayan Balsam (''I. glandulifera''), a high-growing species which displaces smaller plants by denying them sunlight. It is an invasive weed in many


France

extensively naturalized in Europe. More problematic is the Himalayan Balsam (''I. glandulifera''), a high-growing species which displaces smaller plants by denying them sunlight. It is an invasive weed in many places, and tends to dominate riparian vegetation along polluted rivers and nitrogen-rich spots. Thus, it exacerbates ecosystem degradation by forming stands where few other plants can grow, and by rendering riverbanks more prone to erosion as it has only a shallow


Germany

native to Central and Northern Europe – and utilizes similar habitats, but no evidence exists of natural hybrid (hybrid (biology))s. Small Balsam (''I. parviflora''), originally native to southern Central Asia, is even more extensively naturalized in Europe. More problematic is the Himalayan Balsam (''I. glandulifera''), a high-growing species which displaces smaller plants by denying them sunlight. It is an invasive weed in many places, and tends to dominate


United States

in Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut) re-locating in 1997, many analysts predicted that the "domino effect" would be completed in 1998 with the Oilers' move. '''Matthew D. Emmons''' (born April 5, 1981 in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey) is an American (United States) sport shooter (shooting sports). Owing to its taste, size, shelf-life, high growing yield and in some areas, year-round harvesting, the Hass cultivar is the most commercially popular avocado worldwide


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