|doc-title||Living More Safely in the Chaparral-Urban Interface|
|author||Klaus W. H. Radtke|
|publication||USDA Forest Service document|
|quote||Native understory plants can add accent to the landscape setting but can also act as ladder fuels to the woody overstory vegetation. Highly flammable plants such as sages (white, black, purple), buckwheat, California sagebrush, and deerweed should therefore be eradicated wherever permanent slope stability permits.|
|source||USDA Forest Service on the chaparral-urban interface|
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