Poison Hemlock

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Poison hemlock is a toxic weedy plant in the parsley family that occurs where moisture is adequate and disturbance is frequent. This MontGuide provides information on identification, origin, impacts, toxicity and habitat. Dispersal of poison hemlock and effective management practices are also discussed. Black and white, 4 pages.

  • AuthorMonica Pokorny, Roger Sheley
  • Copyright2012, Revised
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