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Warning: Chenopodiaceae accumulates toxic levels of nitrates when growing in fertilized lands. Cattle show ataxia, bluish-brown mucous membranes, rapid and difficult breathing, increased heart rates, tremors and coma after grazing hay containing 2500 ppm nitrate-nitrogen and 11 ppm nitrite nitrogen (Ozmen O etal, 2003).

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