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- Cudweed. [Gnaphalium, Pseudognaphalium,. & Gamochaeta spp.
- Omalotheca supina (L.) DC. Alpine Cudweed
- Aids to Identification: This perennial cudweed grows only to a height of 2-10 cm. The basal leaves are long and narrow (2.
- Nitrates in Forage Cause Cattle Deaths: A Common Weed and
- have been nitrate poisoning from cudweed, a common was bahiagrass, 36.
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- CLIFF CUDWEED AT SPECIFIC RANK IN.
- Herbicides don't work as well now
- The more common winter weeds you will encounter in the lawn are annual bluegrass (poa annua), wild garlic (most people call them onions), common chickweed, henbit, lawn burweed, Florida betony, dandelions, Carolina geranium and cudweed.
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- Cudweed species are biennial plants but are relatively easy to control.
- Weed Gallery: Cudweeds--UC IPM
- Most cudweed species are annuals.
- Cudweed Effectiveness, Safety, and Drug Interactions on RxList
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