The staff at the Logan Lake Transfer Station have confirmed that they did indeed find the plant, in the attachments below, growing on site in the past. A single plant was found 2 years ago in the spring at the location show on the attachment. Location address is 9261 Highway 97C. Compost from the Logan Lake refuse transfer station was used at the landfill to construct the methene beds and this may explain how this plant came to occupy the old landfill site.
The Thompson-Nicola Regional District will be providing information to the District of Logan Lake (via handouts) to inform landowners of this problem plant and to be on the lookout for Black Henbane at Logan Lake in yards, gardens and surrounding grasslands. Weed siting's can be reported by anyone on the web by clicking here.