Words for the weed wise

Words for the weed wise

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Rod Cook, La Plata County weed manager, stands in a patch of leafy spurge near Bodo Industrial Park. The weed patch started off 10 years ago the size of a small car, but now is almost 1½ acres in size.
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Rod Cook, La Plata County weed manager, shows a Scotch thistle that grew last year in west Durango.
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The new spring growth of Queen Anne’s lace on the left compared with last year’s flowering head in Bodo Industrial Park.
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Emerging Russian knapweed in west Durango can be toxic and fatal to horses and mules if they eat it over a sustained period of time.
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The milky latex sap coming out of a leafy spurge plant in Bodo Industrial Park in Durango, can cause blindness, skin burns and hair loss in livestock.
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last years flowering head of Queen Anne's lace rises a couple of feet off the ground in Bodo Park on Tuesday.
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The new spring time growth of Queen Anne's lace in Bodo Park on Tuesday.
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Durango - 04/11/12 - The milky latex sap coming out of a Leafy spurge plant located in Bodo Park in Durango, can cause blindness, burn skin, and hair off of livestock.
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Durango - 04/11/12 - Flowering Leafy spurge located in Bodo Park in Durango.
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Durango - 04/11/12 - A Scotch thistle emerges from the ground on Tuesday in Durango. When Musk thistle begins to grow it is a deep green color.
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Durango - 04/11/12 - A Scotch thistle, on the left, and a musk thistle on the right emerges from the ground on Tuesday in Durango.
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Last years Russian knapweed in west Durango. The weed can be very toxic and fatal to horse's and mule's if they eat it over any period of time.
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Durango - 04/11/12 - Rod Cook, La Plata County Weed Manager, shows what last years Russian knapweed in west Durango looks like. The weed can be very toxic and fatal to horse's and mule's if they eat it over any period of time.
For more information

To report a weed infestation or to inquire about management plans, call the city of Durango Code Compliance Line at 375-4930 or the La Plata County Weed Manager at 382-6470
Online weed-management information can be accessed at www.lpcweeds.org

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