Noxious weeds

In 1971, the Utah Legislature passed the Utah Noxious Weed Act, Title 4, Chapter 17 into law. After enactment of the law, the Department of Agriculture adopted rules and regulations to guide implementation  of this law.1 The noxious weed law is administered by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. The enforcement of the law is basically the responsibility of the individual county commissioners assisted by their respective, county weed boards, and the county weed supervisor.

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