By: Lewis S Nelson, Richard D Shih and Michael J Balick
339 pages, 268 illus., 232 in colour
Plant poisoning is an important problem in the United States, and exposures to plants accounts for approximately 10% of the annual calls to the nation's Poison Control Centers. The New York Botanical Garden Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants discusses the interaction of humans with potentially poisonous plants that are found in either the home or garden.
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