Hogweed leaves can be 4 feet long.

Hogweed leaves can be 4 feet long.

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Hogweed Plant: If You See This Plant, Whatever You Do Don’t Touch It

Have your experienced the effects of poison ivy, poison oak, and other plants? A bad rash is the common result. The hogweed…

Giant Hogweed Plant May Cause Blindness, Severe Skin Irritation And Scarring -- So Don't Touch It

Don't Touch This Plant!

Giant Hogweed Plant May Cause Blindness, Severe Skin Irritation And Scarring — So Don’t Touch It

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Warning  Giant Hogweed produces a toxic sap which reacts to light (particularly sunlight) on the skin. Contact with the plant may cause effects ranging from a mild rash to watery blisters to possible chronic dermatitis, all of which may require hospital treatment.  www.grassbarbers.co.uk

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Giant Hogweed damage - just touching it will cause horrendously large and painful blisters and severe rashes, which are hard to heal,  it can cause blindness,  severe sun sensitivity.  Looks like Queen Anne's Lace but it grows to 15-20 feet with the flower clusters  2.5-3' wide and huge leaves.

Giant Hogweed damage - just touching it will cause horrendously large and painful blisters and severe rashes, which are hard to heal, it can cause blindness, severe sun sensitivity. Looks like Queen Anne's Lace but it grows to 15-20 feet with the flower clusters 2.5-3' wide and huge leaves.

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Hogweed Plant: If You See This Plant, Whatever You Do Don’t Touch It

- This is probably something that should be taught in school but isn't. The plant is called "giant hogweed" and while the white flowers on it are quite charm

Giant Hogweed | Giant Hogweed is a poisonous, invasive plant that can cause skin rashes, burns and blisters. Find out how to protect yourself from Giant Hogweed on York.ca.

Giant Hogweed | Giant Hogweed is a poisonous, invasive plant that can cause skin rashes, burns and blisters. Find out how to protect yourself from Giant Hogweed on York.ca.

Skin condition ~ caused by hogweed. Causes severe rash with pain and blistering. VERY similar to the rash/hives I had in spring 2015. Best to stay completely out of sun with this!

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News - Plant that can cause third-degree burns popping up in Canada - The Weather Network Giant Hogweed.

Giant hogweed is an invasive, tall, robust, herbaceous biennial. It can grow up to 20 feet tall with large hollow stems. The sap of a mature giant hogweed causes phytophotodermatitis. Sap contacting with skin in the presence of sunlight will causes severe rashes, blisters, and skin discoloration. Eradication is a must.

Giant Hogweed Identification

Giant hogweed is an invasive, tall, robust, herbaceous biennial. It can grow up to 20 feet tall with large hollow stems. The sap of a mature giant hogweed causes phytophotodermatitis. Sap contacting with skin in the presence of sunlight will causes severe rashes, blisters, and skin discoloration. Eradication is a must.

Hogweed leaves can be 4 feet long. Photo: Thomas B. Denholm, New Jersey Department of Agriculture

Hogweed leaves can be 4 feet long. Photo: Thomas B. Denholm, New Jersey Department of Agriculture

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