*Aug. 20 – Wild Parsnip sited within Consecon

August 20, 2015

Please be advised that there have been reports of Wild Parsnip sited within the Consecon area. Wild parsnip is an invasive, noxious plant that is becoming prevalent in the Ontario Landscape.  The plant produces sap containing chemicals that can cause human skin to react to sunlight, resulting in intense burns, rashes or blisters and as such, should be avoided.


Please see hyperlink for more information, including pictures, which will help you to identify this plant: Wild Parsnip.


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