Selected Plants of Navajo Rangelands
Ch’il abcí tsoh
(a.k.a. Faitours-grass, wolf's milk)
Spurge is an herbaceous perennial that is adapted to many soil types and habitats. It typically invades disturbed and undisturbed areas such as pastures, rangelands, abandoned croplands, roadsides, wetlands, woodlands, floodplains, riparian areas, mountain ridges, and prairies. It's milky sap may cause skin and eye irritation in humans and be toxic to cattle if ingested in large quantities.
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