|Directory: Pests: Weeds: Hemlock (3)|
- Hemlock Leaves are fern / parsley-like, light
green and smell unpleasant when crushed. Stems are hollow and often have
purple spots. Small white flowers occur in clusters, similar to carrot and
parsley plants. Dies down in winter and
reproduces from seed.
- Hemlock - Conium Maculatum Foul smelling very
poisonous plant. Most animals are put off by the smell. Subject to Pest
Plant Management Strategies in several regions of NZ. Common in both the
North and South Island.
- Hemlock - Conium maculatum Hemlock is a biennial
weed probably best known for its poisonous properties. As such, it is not
welcome in pastures. However, there are not many livestock losses from
hemlock, as most livestock recognise it as being poisonous and leave it
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