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Heracleum mantegazzianum Sommier & Levier
giant hogweed

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Data Documentation

Documentation State Type
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2001. Oregon Flora Newsletter. OR Literature
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California Department of Food and Agriculture. Plant quarantine manual, California plant quarantine policy - weeds (20 October 2003). California Department of Food and Agriculture, California. Literature
Connecticut Invasive Plants Council. Connecticut invasive plant list (20 April 2005). Connecticut Invasive Plants Council, Connecticut. Literature
Cullina, M.D., B. Connolly, B. Sorrie, and P. Somers. 2011. The vascular plants of Massachusetts: A county checklist, first revision. Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Westborough. MA Literature
Division of Plant Industry. Introduction or release of plant pests, noxious weeds, arthropods, and biological control agents (20 October 2003). Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Florida. Literature
Division of Plant Industry. Summary of plant protection regulations (20 October 2003). Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Alabama. Literature
Donna Ellis. Personal communication. CT Literature
Glenn, S.D. (ed.). 2013. New York Metropolitan Flora database. New York Metropolitan Flora Project, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York. CT, NY Literature
Haubrich, G. 2002. Noxious weed spreadsheet. Washington State Department of Agriculture, Olympia. WA Literature
Magee, D. Flora of New England. Unpublished and undated. ME Literature
Mitchell, R.S. (ed.). 1986. A checklist of New York State plants. Contributions of a Flora of New York State, Checklist III. New York State Bulletin No. 458. New York State Museum, Albany. NY Literature
Mohlenbrock, R.H. Personal communication. IL Literature
Mountain, Will. Personal communication. PA Literature
New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules. Invasive species, Chapter Agr. 3800 (15 September 2004). State of New Hampshire, New Hampshire. Literature
New York Flora Association. 1990. Preliminary vouchered atlas of New York State flora, ed. 1. New York State Museum Institute, Albany. NY Literature
North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Regulations for state noxious weeds (20 October 2003). North Carolina Department of Agriculture, North Carolina. Literature
Old, Richard. Personal communication. WA Literature
Oregon Administrative Rules. Quarantine; noxious weeds, Chapter 603-52-1200 (24 May 2006). State of Oregon, Oregon. Literature
Oregon Department of Agriculture. Noxious weed policy and classification system (24 May 2006). Oregon Department of Agriculture, Oregon. Literature
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Pennsylvania noxious weed control list (20 October 2003). Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Pennsylvania. Literature
Poindexter, D.B., A.S. Weakley, & M.W. Denslow. 2011. New exotic additions and other noteworthy records for the flora of North Carolina. Phytoneuron 2011-42: 1-14. NC Literature
Richards, C.D., F. Hyland, and L.M. Eastman. 1983. Revised check-list of the vascular plants of Maine. Bulletin of the Josselyn Botanical Society, No. 11. ME Literature
State Crop Pest Commission. Designation of plant pests (24 May 2006). State of South Carolina, South Carolina. Literature
Sundberg, Scott. Personal communication. OR Literature
USDA, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ). Federal noxious weed list (1 February 2012). USDA, APHIS, PPQ, Washington, DC. Literature
Vermont Department of Agriculture, Food and Markets. Quarantine #3 - noxious weeds (20 October 2003). Vermont Department of Agriculture, Food and Markets, Vermont. Literature
WS. Specimen at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. WA Specimen
Washington Administrative Code. Noxious weed control, Chapter 16-752 (24 May 2006). State of Washington, Washington. Literature
Washington Administrative Code. State noxious weed list and schedule of monetary penalties, Chapter 16-750 (24 May 2006). State of Washington, Washington. Literature
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