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All parts of the plant, including the seeds, contain toxins which can be harmful (especially to livestock) if eaten in large quantities or ingested over a long period of time.

Becoming increasingly rare but widely sown in wild-flower mixtures in fields and margins.

Corncockle - young 1. Primarily autumn-germinating with large coarse cotyledons approx. 30 mm long and 10 mm wide. Narrow linear leaves with grey hairs lying along the leaves. Upper leaves stalkless (sessile).
Corncockle - mature 2. Large terminal purple-red flowers on long peduncles with long, slim, pointed sepals.

Identify Broad-Leaved Weeds

You can use this page to help identify the broad-leaved weeds in your crops, and then find out more about the relevant crop protection products.

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