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Meadow Deathcamas in the Pacific Northwest

Found in all areas of the Pacific Northwest, meadow deathcamas (Toxicoscordion venenosum) is capable of killing livestock whether eaten as forage or in dried hay. Human poisonings have been reported in connection with mistaken identification as edible camas or onion. Learn how to accurately identify and effectively manage this toxic plant.

PNW 104    Revised October 2013    3 pages


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