Category Archives: Texas Mountain Laurel

The Amazing Invasive Hunter Man

An accidental encounter with a plant grafting experiment transforms a geeky biology student into the Invasive Hunter, a hero to the ecosystem’s native species.

The Invasive Hunter returns to battle King Ranch Bluestem (KR Bluestem), an invasive species overrunning roadsides and fields and stealing lunch money. His powers, however, do not go unnoticed by his cranky professor.

This video is part of Commander Ben’s “Battles with Invasive Species” video series.

Learn more about the plants talked about in this video:

And don’t miss seeing your friendly neighborhood spider-man at the movies too!

Your friend,
Ben

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The Boy Who Cried Invasives

Greetings fellow invasive hunters,

Join a young sheepherder and Doctor Benjamin in this a cautionary tale for alarmist naturalists who fail to distinguish between native plants and nefarious invasives.

Enjoy!

Commander Ben signing off…

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