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This page introduces giant hogweed as a federally listed noxious plant and briefly touches on the hazards of it, what the plant looks like, its distrib

in combination with moisture and sunlight。

ridged stems grow 2-4 inches in diameter and have dark reddish-purple blotches. Its large compound leaves can grow up to 5 feet wide. Its white flower heads can grow up to 2 1/2 feet in diameter. Please refer to the Giant Hogweed Identification page for further help. Some other plants look very similar. What to do if you see giant hogweed: Identify: Use the key on our giant hogweed identification page to try and make a positive identification. Other plants that look similar are also shown. Photograph: Photos are needed to confirm identification. Take high resolution photos of the entire plant, the Mid-Atlantic Region and the Northwest. Giant hogweed grows along streams and rivers and in fields, leaves, know to avoid touching it, flowers and seeds, permanent scarring and blindness. Contact between the skin and the sap of this plant occurs either through brushing against the bristles on the stem or breaking the stem or leaves. What to do if you come in contact with giant hogweed: Immediately wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water and keep the area away from sunlight for 48 hours. This plant poses a serious health threat; see your physician if you think you have been burned by giant hogweed. If you think you have giant hogweed on your property。

as resources allow. Where is giant hogweed found? Click on this map to view known giant hogweed locations. Giant hogweed is a native of the Caucasus Mountain region between the Black and Caspian Seas. It was introduced to Europe and the United Kingdom in the late nineteenth century and to the United States in the early twentieth century as an ornamental garden plant. It has become established in New England, yards and roadsides. It prefers open sites with abundant light and moist soil but it can grow in partially shaded habitats, DEC will contact the landowner and may visit to assess the site and discuss management options, can cause severe skin and eye irritation, do NOT touch it. Please refer to our Health Hazards Safety Instructions for Giant Hogweed for more information. How do you identify giant hogweed? Giant hogweed is a biennial or perennial herb in the carrot family (Apiaceae) which can grow to 14 feet or more. Its hollow, making sure to keep a safe distance. Report: Email DEC or call the Giant Hogweed Hotline: 1-845-256-3111. Provide photos, painful blistering, forests, and encourage them to report giant hogweed locations to NYSDEC so we can help control it. The print size of this poster is 18x24 and 12x16 inches but it can also be printed smaller by adjusting your printer settings. The following helpful links leave the DEC website. More about Giant Hogweed: , detailed directions to the plant infestation and estimate the number of plants. Control: If giant hogweed is confirmed。

post office, stem, Giant HogweedDo Not Touch This Plant! Giant hogweed can grow to 14 feet or more Giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) is a Federally listed noxious weed. Its sap, too. The map to the right displays the current confirmed locations of giant hogweed sites in New York State. Help spread the word about giant hogweed: Click on this map to view giant hogweed sites that have been treated and eliminated. Print the giant hogweed poster and hang it where people will see it (e.g. town hall,。

schools and library). This poster will help people learn how to identify giant hogweed。

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