Russian Knapweed is a plant that is very toxic to horses. It has a chemical in known to give horses Parkinson’s Syndrome like symptoms. These symptoms can include frozen facial muscles, excessive salivation andan inability to chew and drink, which contributes to severe weight loss. Once the horse develops these symptoms, there is no recovery.
Russian Knapweed is a creeping perennial that spreads through its root system. This plant is also allelopathic, meaning a chemical is released from its roots that prevents other plants from growing in the area of the infestation. It will eventually become a solid stand. For more information on this noxious weed, including control options, visit www.weldweeds.org.
Best Graphic Novels 2020 | SLJ Best Books
Looking to find a great graphic novel for kids or teens? School Library Journal gives you the facts about what young people are reading.
Fifteen books madeSLJ's listof the best graphic novels for children and teens published in 2020.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Join Mr. Tim for a live storytime! Catch him every Wednesday for some fun! 888…
Weld County Politics6 months ago
Tonya VanBeber: The Democrat In Republican Clothing
Colorado State News8 months ago
Weld County Board of Commissioners Pull Out of C-PACE Program, Jeopardizes Windsor Sports Complex
Ault News6 months ago
2 Democrat Dark Money Groups Posing as Conservatives Funding Television Ads & Mailers for 3 Weld Republicans