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Synonyms for ragwort
widespread European weed having yellow daisylike flowers
American ragwort with yellow flowers
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Keith Davison, of North Togston, says the former Chester House opencast site is now infested with
and his five horses are a single field away from it.
No time to waste in ragwort battle; Speed essential to curb spread of poisonous weed
In any event a warning to readers on the dangers of
would not go amiss.
Ragwort danger must be rooted out
But farmer Philip Lee, of Haverley House, says
has spread across South Sharpley and his horses are "only the width of a barbed wire fence away".
Sightings expose spread of deadly ragwort; New blackspots identified as mapping of weed accelerates
The Weeds Act of 1959 refers only to
and not to the less common members of the Genus Senecio.
'Noxious' weed has vital role in nature; A SENIOR MOMENT By JILL LUCAS, 75, of Fixby, who has had a lifetime's interest in natural history, particularly botany, and is a member of various groups, including the Botanical Society of the British Isles. Here she makes an impassioned plea for us to change our view on the 'much-maligned' common ragwort
is known to attack the liver of horses if eaten and is frequently fatal.
Weed poses deadly danger to horses; Wind farm land overrun by ragwort
At Guidepost, in Northumberland, resident Ken Smith told us that
was growing close to a field with two horses and a foal.
Poison plant threat getting out of hand; Journal reader report their sightings
Occupiers of land are being reminded that they can be forced by law to prevent the spread of
WAR OF THE WEEDS
To non-horsey people, the flower looks very attractive, but to those in the know,
is an opportunist.
New code aims to clamp down on the pretty horse killer
is one of five weeds officially classified as dangerous under Government legislation - spear thistle, creeping or field thistle, curled dock and broad-leaved dock are the others.
Growing menace that we have to conquer; THE common ragwort plant maybe a regular sight in fields and roadside verges across Britain, but it carries a deadly poison and can spell death to grazing animals. Yet many people, including farmers, are said to be unaware of the dangers. Now The Journal wants you to help eradicate the menace by helping to put together a detailed map charting just where the weed is. PAUL TULLY reports
Although the law refers to
only, there are four species found in the UK, which are all equally poisonous to horses.
Deadly weed that could cost your horse its life
The bright yellow
is one of the most frequent causes of plant poisoning of livestock in Britain.
Bid to foil plant peril
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