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ragwort

‘Senecio jacobaea’, a weed, controlled under the Weeds Act 1959 and the subject of extra provision in England and Wales in terms of the Ragwort Control Act 2003.
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Llysiau Iago neu creulys Iago (Senecio jacobaea; Common Ragwort) gyda lindys gwyfyn y creulys (cinnabar moth) yn bwydo arno
DANGEROUS Common ragwort poses a real threat to livestock
PEOPLE spotting the poisonous weed common ragwort are being urged to report their findings without delay.
Ar ochr y llwybr sy'n arwain i lawr i'r traeth roedd rhawn y march (Equisetum; horsetail), yr efwr (Heracleum sphondylium; hogweed), y byddon chwerw (Eupatorium cannabinum; hemp-agrimonty) a llysiau'r gingroen (Senecio jacobea; common ragwort) yn tyfu, ac yn gwau patrwm o liwiau cyfoethog.
The common ragwort is a very dangerous plant, and poisonous to livestock and I see no reason why this rare version might not be the same, though it is just conceivable that this is not the case.
Roedd 'na gryn dipyn o lysiau'r gingroen (Senecio jacobaea; Common Ragwort) a'r amranwen arfor (Tripleurospermum maritimum; Sea Mayweed) o gwmpas.
Common ragwort is dangerous to animals and especially horses, where it can cause fatal liver damage if eaten.
YN flynyddol, ymdrecha Cymdeithas Ceffylau Prydain i dynnu sylw pawb -- thir i geisio rheoli a difetha chwyn Llysiau'r Gingroen neu'r 'Common Ragwort' gan ei fod mor wenwynig i geffylau.
"Cattle and horses are the most common ragwort victims and young animals are more susceptible than more mature animals," said NFU West Midlands senior technical adviser Mr Andrew Richards.
FURIOUS farmer Philip Lee is faced with the spreading menace of common ragwort, but can do little to protect his 40 horses.