Canada thistle

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Synonyms for Canada thistle

European thistle naturalized in United States and Canada where it is a pernicious weed

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If you're not aware, Canada thistle is a noxious weed that's also obnoxious if you're trying to crawl through it.
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Canada thistle, one of the most tenacious weeds in the world, proved the most susceptible; the 5-percent concentration had a 100-percent kill rate of the perennial's top growth.
On the Control field the percentage of plots with quack grass and wild carrot increased by 5% and 10%, respectively, between 1998 and 1999, while the percentage of plots with Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) decreased by 17% of plots.
Opps will team with other Powell High teachers to use the grant money to map and control Canada Thistle, an invasive plant species.
It will safely control poison ivy, poison oak, Canada thistle, star thistle, smart weed, quack grass, horsenestle and almost countless other noxious weeds without harming anything except weeds.
The aggressive invasions of both leafy spurge and Canada thistle into Theodore Roosevelt National Park (THRO) have gained much attention because of their ability to severely degrade large areas of land and displace native flora.
Overdrive controls more than 90 annual broadleaf weeds, including kochia, Russian thistle, marestail, sowthistle and prostrate spurge, as well as more than 50 biennial and perennial weeds, such as musk thistle, yellow starthistle, Canada thistle, western ragweed, bull thistle and plumeless.
They are studying a mite as a possible biological agent to control Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), a major invasive weed pest in U.
Canada thistle is one of the toughest, most persistent, most difficult to eradicate weeds there is.
Like quackgrass the Canada thistle is a perennial plant.
Over the past 73 years, he's watched Canada thistle and bindweed take over 160 acres of prime winter wheat cropland.
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