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It's amazing what a couple of molecules of round-up will do! ;-)

Strangely I have a similar nettle this year - I would have photographed it but it has now in fact been rounded up - however the variegation was there before I touched a drop of Round-up this year so it must be a spontaneous sport.
Very attractive but I can't imagine it being a good seller....no need for PBR.

Good shot of it Phil

Cheers

Richard

Of course! Roundup or at least Glyphosate.

I did not think about this Richard, but the grass around the field headland has been sprayed recently.

It is possible that the run off to the ditch has accumulated some residue of Glyphosate (although this shouldn't happen).

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