Noxious Weeds

Noxious weeds oriental bittersweetThe Noxious Weed Law affects growing plants.  Some plants are noxious because they can harm people, animals, the food we eat, and nature.  MDA, county, city, and township officials inspect and ask owners to control and eradicate noxious weeds that are present in order to keep them from spreading and harming neighboring lands.  Land owners that refuse to comply with an official notice to control noxious weeds are in violation of the Noxious Weed Law and are subject to having the county contract the work to be performed, with all costs being added to their property taxes, or a summons to district court.

Minnesota Department of Transportation Noxious Weeds Identifier  

Minnesota Department of Agriculture Noxious Weeds Program    

Report a Noxious Weed