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Normally found in grassland and particularly important in grazing pastures because it is poisonous. Stock will normally avoid it but the weed can become palatable after spraying.

Ragwort - young 2 1. Both cotyledons and first true leaves are very variable. First true leaves are hairless.
Ragwort - young 1 2. Young plants form a rosette.


Ragwort - mature 3. Tall annual or biennial with familiar yellow flowers.


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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