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

Keywords

Cabbage poison (Velleia discophora F. Muell.), poisonous plants

First Page Number

193

Last Page Number

196

Abstract

Cabbage poison is a plant of bitter and disagreeable taste, not readily eaten by stock, but field evidence suggests that on occasions it may be responsible for moralities, particularly of sheep. It was first tested and found to be toxic in 1939, with material obtained from Koorda-Mollerin district.

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