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Discussion Board - Re: WeedID?

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Brown Swiss

10-12-2017 09:27:24

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Looks like a type of Plantain.

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10-15-2017 10:08:57

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 Re: WeedID? in reply to Brown Swiss, 10-12-2017 09:27:24  
Thanks for the reply. I looked up plantain and the ones I found, all had the veins of the leaf running the length of the leaf and the plant in the pic does not. Also the leaves are just a wee bit fuzzy.

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4020 Electrician

10-31-2017 15:09:33

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 Re: WeedID? in reply to Dieselrider, 10-15-2017 10:08:57  
It grows like Canadian thistle. Root sends runners

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10-30-2017 21:08:07

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 Re: WeedID? in reply to Dieselrider, 10-15-2017 10:08:57  
In northern Vermont we call that bladder campion. Fuzzy leaf, wicked strong tap root survives even when you break off the tops with lazy weeding. Definitely try to get out as many as you can so as to not compete with your garlic. Next season, I'd keep an eye on them, as growing eyes lower on the roots will send up top (green) growth even if you thought you damaged it enough the first time.

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