Small-headed sneezeweed, which is in the sunflower family, is a native, warm-season annual that grows across Texas — except for in the East Texas Piney Woods — and extends into northern Mexico, Texas A&M University AgriLife Extension range specialist Dr. Barron Rector said.
“Be aware that small-headed sneezeweed is very poisonous in the flowering stage to mainly sheep, but cattle, goats, mules and horses are also susceptible,” Rector said.
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