Marin County approved federal funding last week for what officials described as a critical year in the battle against an invasive plant threatening the San Geronimo Valley. Japanese knotweed, a deciduous plant related to buckwheat that is considered one of the world’s 10 worst invasive plants, was first sighted in the county in 2011, in Lagunitas. 

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