Pollution from road traffic

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Flowers on a roadside. Wildlife charity Plantlife has warned that ‘nitrogen guzzling’ plants including brambles, nettles, cow parsley and creeping buttercup are increasingly taking over road verges, squeezing out wildflowers important for bees. These flowers thrive in nitrogen-rich soils caused in part by pollution from road traffic.

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