Hi WilSuch a dangerous plant to horses humans sheep cattle. Can't believe anyone likes it apart from moths!Don't let ragwort flower and seed. The effects can only been seen after a long time ingesting it, either in the 'rosette' stage or even in hay.Don't pull it without gloves and a mask as the 'dust' can also get into your lungs, and burn it.RegardsKarenWell KarenIt's quite clear you won't be voting to make Ragwort the County Flower of Anglesey.You ar so right, it's one of the most dangerous, and yet manageable plants around. And thank you for posting the appropriate advice on how to deal with it.I'll add that when you've lifted it properly put it in a bag and take it to the nearest recycling plant.Thanks and Keep in touch, Karen.Wil
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