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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

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Keywords

Western Australia, Poison, Poisoning, Sheep poisoning, Hydrocyanic acid, HCN, Native poisonous plants

First Page Number

100

Last Page Number

101

Abstract

When newly developed country is to be stocked with sheep or cattle it is important to make sure that it is free of poison plants. A large proportion of the native poison plants belong to the genera Oxylobium and Gastrolobium, typical examples being Box and York Road poisons, but the cyanogenetic plants form an important group.

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