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While most homeowners have to contend with simple weeds and dandelions, Karen Peterson had to deal with something a little more troublesome: a giant hogweed. [Read More]
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Hogweed is an invasive plant that can cause serious burns. King County noxious weed specialists removed a giant bush in West Seattle Tuesday.        ... [Read More]
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The Virginia teenager severely injured by giant hogweed one week ago, is home from the hospital recovering after the toxic plant removed chucks of his... [Read More]
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The plant turned out to be a giant hogweed whose sap can cause burns, blisters, and blindness. [Read More]
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This rare plant is found mostly in Canada, but it's now making its way into the United States. [Read More]
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Alex Childress is now hoping to spread awareness about the dangerous weed which left him with 2nd and 3rd degree burns.        ... [Read More]
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Youngster rushed to hospital when his 'face started peeling' after contact with phototoxic weed... [Read More]
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How can one safely identify or remove a giant hogweed? The first step is always to wear protective gear that covers the skin and eyes. [Read More]
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An eastern European plant that can cause third-degree burns or even blindness was found growing in Watauga County recently, but officials say that so far... [Read More]
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A giant hogweed run-in means Alex Childress must stay out of the sun for up to six months. [Read More]
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17-year-old Alex Childress came across a large plant Tuesday while working a summer landscaping job, and it briefly brushed his face and arm as he... [Read More]
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A teen from Virginia had to be treated for severe burns after an encounter with the noxious giant hogweed. The plant was introduced to the... [Read More]
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A run-in with an invasive plant has landed a Virginia teen in a hospital with second- and third-degree burns. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports 17-year-old Alex... [Read More]
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The plant turned out to be a giant hogweed whose sap can cause burns, blisters, and blindness.        ... [Read More]
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The Giant Hogweed is a terrible, no-good, dangerous plant. It also happens to be spreading across the United States with shocking speed, and just touching... [Read More]
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With a capability of growing seven to 14 feet high, emitting a poisonous sap that can cause blistering, burns and blindness, giant hogweed has been... [Read More]
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The plant notorious for causing up to third degree burns is making its way to the Carolinas. [Read More]
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A run-in with an invasive plant has landed a Virginia teen in a hospital with second- and third-degree burns. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports 17-year-old Alex... [Read More]
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As reports of a giant hogweed invasion ramp up, Newport News homeowners fret about what's growing in their gardens... [Read More]
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The "giant horror plant" that recently popped up in Virginia sent a teen working his summer job to the VCU Medical Center burn... [Read More]
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