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Spurge Flax

Thymelaea passerina

Family Name:

Thymelaeaceae

Class: A
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 Why is it a noxious weed?

Spurge flax is known as a common weed in its native habitat. In Okanogan County, where it was discovered in Washington State, it infested 600 acres before it was noticed and identified. Spurge flax is aggressive and is not palatable to livestock.

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