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Solidago

North American plant genus in the family Asteraceae; contain an unidentified toxin. In some outbreaks there is suspicion that the poisoning is caused by a fungus growing on the plant but tests with the plant alone have proved its toxicity. Clinical signs include vomiting, dyspnea and death in most cases. Identified species include S. chinensis, S. mollis (S. concinna, range goldenrod), S. odora, S. specios, S. spectabilis (western goldenrod).
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Additional natural enemies observed feeding upon Uroleucon aphids on Solidago spp.
The history of Solidago canadensis invasion and the development of its mycorrhizal associations in newly-reclaimed land.
Hiller (1995) "The main saponins from the aerial parts and the roots of Solidago virgaurea subsp.
In late 2000, Progressive Assets Management, on behalf of the Solidago Foundation, asked to join FOE's campaign and expanded the resolution to include Enron's impacts on "biodiversity and indigenous peoples.
Try the remedy Solidago Complex at a dose of 15 drops, twice a day, in half a glass of water before meals.
Solidago canadensis, Euthamia leptocephala, and Tripsacum dactyloides were the dominants in the four-year area.
4--color) A Solidago canadensis, also called Golden Baby.
Currently, the Company has had success in trials with the following varieties: Roses, Solidago, Gypsophila, Limonium, Carnations and Wax flowers.
Some of the taller herbaceous plants also offer good screening for the summer and autumn, choose Aruncus dioicus (Goat's beard) or Solidago "Golden Wings" (Golden Rod) for vigorous growth and showy flowers.
You need some tall spikes or spear shapes - think gladiolus, verbascum, solidago, delphiniums and astilbe.