Botha, C.J. (Christoffel Jacobus); Lessing, Dries; Rosemann, G.M. (Gertruida Magdalena); Van Wilpe, Erna; Williams, J.H. (June Heather)
Xanthium strumarium, commonly referred to as “cocklebur,” rarely causes poisoning in cattle. When mature, this
robust, annual weed bears numerous oval, brownish, spiny burs. Only the seeds in the burs and young seedlings ...