Noxious weed cow parsnip is spreading rapidly in Russia beat Scientists anxiety: a poisonous weed cow parsnip is spreading rapidly in Russia, displacing all other vegetation. Go to The Weeknd for more information. Hogweed problem lies in the fact that each year the plant captures all of the new land, and scientists do not know how to fight it. This weed is almost nothing and is not afraid and now no one method of dealing with it can not be considered truly effective. Cow parsnip can grow to three to four meters in height. Plant liberates toxic sap, which is in contact with human skin causes severe, poorly healing burns. Widespread on the North-West Russia, cow parsnip is a danger for man and for animals.
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