Hogweed Causing Blindness

Hogweed is a large plant with a white flower that can grow to 12 feet highOn numerous occasions, we have warned our readers about a weed that found its way to America and causes dermal burns and blindness. The Giant Hogweed is cropping up in several states and should be approached with severe caution. The invasive species is relatively unmistakable but can be confused with a different large plant (cow parsnip). It can grow 12 feet tall.

If you suspect that the weed has found its way to your community, please contact professionals to remove it safely.

SDCB can help you or a loved one regain your independence following vision loss.

Giant hogweed can cause blisters and lead to blindness if touched

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