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- Polygonum aviculare Folk Names: Armstrong, Centinode, Cowgrass, Hogweed, Knotgrass, Nine Joints, Ninety Knot, Pigrush, Pigweed,Red Robin, Sparrow's Tongue, Swynel Grass Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Earth Deity: Power: Binding, Health...
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Hogweed is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Hogweed books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Giant Hogweed Brochure
- Giant. Hogweed. Heracleum mantegazzianum.
- Giant Hogweed Factsheet - Final
- plant's first North American plantings of giant hogweed was in gardens near.
- Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) A Federal Noxious
- GIANT HOGWEED. The preferred method of control is integrated pest management (IPM). Site-specific control methods need to match local situations.
- Prevention and Control TOLL FREE GIANT HOGWEED HOTLINE 1
- Prevention and Control. If you suspect Giant Hogweed is on your property, please call the Giant Hogweed.
- Giant Hogweed
- Giant Hogweed. Hogweed is hazardous. Giant hogweed is a majestic plant that can grow as tall as 20 feet.
Suggested News Resources
- Invasive hogweed found in Woodstock
- By Adam Bosch Authorities last month discovered more than 100 giant hogweed plants growing alongside Wittenberg Road in the Town of Woodstock.
- Beware of giant hogweed
- It won't jump out and bite, as University of Maine Cooperative Extension professor Lois Berg Stack says, but anyone brushing up against and breaking open the robust hairs on the leaves of the giant hogweed plant might think it did.
- It's Big, It's Toxic, It's Here!
- By Chris Rowley REGIONAL – State Department of Environmental Conservation officials discovered several young Giant Hogweed plants growing at a house on Frontier Drive in Walker Valley.
- Dazzling but dangerous, 'giant hogweed' spreading
- The stunning plant is called "giant hogweed" and looks like the world's largest "umbel" flower, with white flowers radiating from a central stem like an umbrella; other umbel include onions, fennel, Queen Anne's lace, yarrow and elderberry.
Suggested Web Resources
- Giant Hogweed - Health Advice
- Giant hogweed makes an impressive appearance because of its height, and the size of the leaves and flower clusters.
- 'Plant from Hell': Giant Hogweed Can Scar, Burn and Blind – TIME
- Jul 13, 2011 A towering weed with sap that causes blisters and burns is blooming this month across the U.S.
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