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  1. 1966-01-01 This booklet includes as poisonous all those plants which when introduced on or into an organism in any manner may chemically produce an injurious or deadly effect. 24 pages, illustrated
  2. 1984-06-01 The purpose of this bulletin is twofold: first, to enable citizens to recognize which common plants can cause poisoning or dermatitits; and second, to assist physicians in adjusting treatment to the specific substance involved when cases of plant poisoning come to their attention. 38 pages,...
  3. 1987-02-01 This publication includes description, habitat and distribution, toxicity, and symptoms of poisonous plants. 55 pages, drawings
  4. 1973-01-01 This booklet has been developed to aid families in planning safe gardens, give fuller knowlege of wild plants, and, in the case of an accidental ingestion, provide assistance in identifying the plant. 23 pages, illustrated, photos
  5. 1966-01-01 43 pages, illustrated
  6. 1974-01-01 194 pages, illustrated, photos
  7. 1957-01-01 26 pages, illustrated
  8. 31 pages, illustrated, photos 2 copies
  9. The Weed Cookbook is surely one of the most unusual cookbooks you will come upon. It describes, identifies and illustrates 221 plants that grow wild and in profusion in woods, on roadsides, in your own backyard--plants that not only are safe to eat, but will taste delicious and are packed with...
  10. This book answers a great need for all those who must treat poisonings. It provides invaluable factual information relative to the toxicity of poisonous plants and will be a value to physicians and other emergency personnel.