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Sherman plows into weed issue

Brian Cranston, a farmer whose land borders Azure Farms in Moro, walks the fence line to point out where Canadian Thistle (twig he is holding) has taken root on his property, a  problem that he says is growing worse by the year. Cranston supports efforts by the Sherman County Court to enforce noxious weed eradication laws.

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Brian Cranston, a farmer whose land borders Azure Farms in Moro, walks the fence line to point out where Canadian Thistle (twig he is holding) has taken root on his property, a problem that he says is growing worse by the year. Cranston supports efforts by the Sherman County Court to enforce noxious weed eradication laws.



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David Stelzer, president of Azure, speaks with a reporter at the company’s office south of Dufur.

Ecclesia of Sinai, which owns the land used by Azure Farms, Inc...

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