Class A Noxious Weeds

 

Non-native with limited distribution. Preventing new infestations and eradicating existing infestations are of the highest priority. Eradication is required by law.

Bighead Knapweed

Bighead knapweed

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Clary Sage

Clary sage

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Cordgrass, common

Common cordgrass

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Cordgrass, dense-flowered

Dense-flowered cordgrass

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Cordgrass, salt meadow

Saltmeadow cordgrass

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Cordgrass, smooth

Smooth Cordgrass

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Dyer's Woad

Dyer's Woad

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Eggleaf Spurge

Eggleaf Spurge

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False Brome

False brome

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Floating Primrose-Willow

Floating primrose-willow

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Flowering Rush

Flowering Rush

Present in Franklin County

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French Broom

French broom

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Garlic Mustard

Garlic mustard

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Giant Hogweed

Giant hogweed

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Italian Thistle

Italian thistle

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Johnsongrass

Johnsongrass

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Meadow Clary

Meadow clary

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Mediterranean Sage

Mediterranean sage

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Milk Thistle

Milk thistle

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Oriental Clematis

Oriental clematis

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Purple Starthistle

Purple starthistle

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Reed Sweetgrass

Reed sweetgrass

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Ricefield Bullrush

Ricefield bullrush

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Silverleaf Nightshade

Silverleaf nightshad

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Slenderflower Thistle

Slenderflower thistle

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Small-flowered Jewelweed

Small-flowered jewelweed

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Spanish Broom

Spanish broom

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Syrian Beancaper

Syrain beancaper

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Texas Blueweed

Texas blueweed

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Variable-leaf Milfoil

Variable-leaf Milfoil

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Vochin Knapweed

Vochin knapweed

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Wild Four O'Clock

Wild Four O'Clock

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