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    Thread: Plant That causes third degree burns-blindness

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      Plant That causes third degree burns-blindness

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      Thankfully never saw it before.
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      1. It almost looks photoshopped but definitely is not
      2. It looks like it belongs in jurassic park
      3. Cripes
      4. Why is that guy smiling?
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      Quote Originally Posted by gander View Post
      Thankfully never saw it before.
      So far, there has been just one confirmed sighting of Giant Hogweed in Clarke County, Virginia, but the dangerous plant also grows in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Oregon, Washington, Michigan, Virginia, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, according to CBS.
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      Seeds for very close relative. Surprised to see someone selling seeds for this type of plant.
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      The D.E.C. Stopped by a house I was flipping to tell me that these were in the overgrown yard and that I would have to remove them myself. They gave me info on them and yes they do get big. It’s downright scary to get near them. You don’t even want to breath in the fumes. I wore protective clothing and immediately put them in a garbage bag so as not to spread the seeds. These are deceptive plants, as they look like an innocent flowering weed.

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      Thanks for the link Cindy.
      More info:
      https://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/72766.html
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      Scary, have to worry about ticks, mosquitos, poison ivy oak and sumac and now this
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