Updated: May 4, 2021
By Doris Behnke

Some of the general symptoms of hemlock poisoning are vomiting,
trembling, problems in movement, salivation, nausea, convulsions and sometimes death. Prevention of ingestion or contact of this weed by humans or animals is imperative. Dermatitis has been known to occur when handling this weed. If you must handle this weed, wear gloves and arm protection and prevent this weed from coming into contact with any skin on your body. The best way to control this weed is through mechanical and chemical methods. Preventing the weed from forming seeds is the
number one way to start controlling this weed.

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