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Its spread is restricted there n Its spread is restricted there now due to adequate legislation and control measures. It is, however, still spreading in other parts of the world such as China, and due to its potential introduction as a seed contaminant and potential impacts, it must be considered as a high risk species meriting further attention. It is known to be invasive in Kenya and is also present in Uganda. Control is possible, although difficult, and biological control has been attempted and proved at least partially successful.
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Its spread is restricted there n Its spread is restricted there now due to adequate legislation and control measures. It is, however, still spreading in other parts of the world such as China, and due to its potential introduction as a seed contaminant and potential impacts, it must be considered as a high risk species meriting further attention. It is known to be invasive in Kenya and is also present in Uganda.
Ageratina Adenophora Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients
Ageratina adenophora , commonly known as crofton weed or sticky snakeroot , is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family native to Mexico and Central America. Originally grown as an ornamental plant , it has become invasive into farmland and bushland worldwide. It is toxic to horses, who develop respiratory disease after eating it. Ageratina adenophora is known by many common names, including eupatory, sticky snakeroot, crofton weed, and Mexican devil. Eupatorium adenophorum is a synonym.