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Dear Candi

Great to keep an eye out for invasive and record them.

The Plumpton College patch has been growing over the past ten years or so.  The rate of expansion would make an interesting project if anyone has time.

Further patches occur in the area alongside roads in Ditchling and Haywards  Heath.

Best wishes
Ruth Eastwood

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Hi all

Whitetop - Lepidium draba was spotted on the B2116 about 10 yards from Plumpton College Main entrance on the road verge college side.? If there are any plant recorders amongst you then you may want to make a note of this.

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