Minnesota Horse Owners Warned of Toxic Plant Issue

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Due to last year's drought and recent dry conditions in parts of Minnesota, the state's Extension service is again warning horse owners that hoary alyssum could become a problem for their animals. Hoary alyssum is a perennial weed common throughout Minnesota, the surrounding states, and Canada. It is particularly adapted to dry conditions and sandy or gravelly soils. Hoary alyssum

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