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Discussion Board - weed id?

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steven in tn

08-02-2012 08:03:39

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can any one id these weeds?
i think the ones on left are called dog fennel,
on the right i dont know. i call them sticker weeds.

what can be sprayed on them to kill them? thanks
for any help

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Teddy (punchie)

08-11-2012 21:41:10

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
The small weed that looks like a thistle is what I call Ground Cherry.

Looks like Asters in front, maybe off to the left to.

Back right of picture looks like Horseweed.

The center looks like a mix of smart weed and some thing else. Smart weed would have a round small pinkish seed. Need a better close up.

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Mark Robke

08-11-2012 12:52:35

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
Dad called them hog thistles and the smaller ones on left bull thistles.we used the hoe; dug down beside them and pulled out by the root.Mark

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08-04-2012 19:48:32

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
looks like thorny pig weed, big nuance not to hard to control,it's cousin is the scourge of the south, palmer amaranth varieties that can build resistance to any chemical if given time, strange thing is 30 years ago there wasn't any pig weed in this part of the world other than some thorny pig weed around a chicken fence once in a while,first time we had it, it came up in a sweet potato field right where the fertilizer was banded, wife and i pulled then out buy hand to make sure none went to seed,had them ever sense but that was just red root pig weed ,not this scourge palmer amaranth we have now

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steven in tn

08-02-2012 12:40:09

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
i dont think it is pig weed.
aldo will 24d kill it or just knock it back?

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08-02-2012 09:48:33

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
You have broadleaf type weeds there and so you can use 24D Amine.

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08-02-2012 09:15:13

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 Re: weed id? in reply to steven in tn, 08-02-2012 08:03:39  
The right hand one looks like pig weed in the picture, pig weed has nettles on the stalks, I use grazon mixed at the recommended rate. If that is pig weed it makes 10 million seeds per plant so it needs killing quick.

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