Lyme Wars Part IV -- Invasive Plant Could Be Contributing to Tri-State Diagnoses - NBC New York

    Part IV -- How One Plant May Be Fueling the Spread of Lyme

    Japanese barberry, an invasive plant species banned for sale in New York and Connecticut, could be making an already bad Lyme disease problem in the tri-state worse. Brian Thompson reports in the fourth edition of a five-part series on the fight against Lyme disease. (Published Friday, Oct 27, 2017) Japanese barberry, an invasive plant species banned for sale in New York and Connecticut, could be making an already bad Lyme disease problem in the... See More