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Plant ID #8344229 08/07/21 05:29 PM
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Ragweed. This is stock.

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Western ragweed. Deer eat it.

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I am not a plant expert but I believe that is the common ragweed. The western has a bit different leaf pattern I think.


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Makes my eyes water just to look at it.


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
I am not a plant expert but I believe that is the common ragweed. The western has a bit different leaf pattern I think.

Probably a better chance he is right. I've been trying to learn more about what deer eat but far from his experience level.

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