Decision rules for post emergence control of pigweed
is but one of many amaranths; others, such as Jacob's coat, are grown as ornamentals or for their nutritious seeds.
farinae), cat, dog, feather, insect mix (American and German cockroaches and fire ants), mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus), mixed grass (Bermuda, Johnson, Bahia, Salt, and Rye), tree (mix 1: Mulberry, Elm, Acacia, Cypress; mix 2: box elder, beefwood, bayberry, oak, palm, melaleuca, hackberry, sweet gum, and maple), interior and exterior mold (Rhizopus, Mucor, Pullularia, Penicillum, Aspergillus, Curvularia, Fusarium, Alternaria, Hormodendrum, Helmintospororium), and weed (mix 1: English Plantain, Pigweed
, Ragweed; mix 2: marsh elder, cocklebur, lamb quarter); in addition, a histamine skin test was performed and a diluent control was included for each series.
Common weeds like shepherd's purse, chickweed, and pigweed
are all edible and nutritious.
pokeweed (Phytolacca americana), purslane (Portulaca oleracea), lamb's quarter (Chenopodium album), bassia (Bassia hyssopifolia), greasewood (Sarcobatus vermiculatus), pigweed
Effect of corn-induced shading on dry matter accumulation, distribution, and architecture of redroot pigweed
They planted pigweed
and lettuce and took soil samples at weekly intervals.
Of the three, the one-ton and two-ton rates worked best in peppermint, reducing barnyard grass, green foxtail, common lambsquarters, henbit and redroot pigweed
populations by 90 percent several weeks after application.
is also the common name for another edible weed, green amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus L.
The name pigweed
is also used for wild amaranth, another common edible garden weed.
48 (34) pennsylvanicum) Amaranth family (Amaranthaceae) Pigweed
In the current study, the investigators analyzed bronchial epithelial cells after exposure to hydrated short ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) and redroot pigweed
(Amaranthus retroflexus) pollen grains.
I didn't have a dog then, and I wasn't a very good shot, but Uncle Vern's acreage was an overgrown tangle of willows and cattails and pigweed
The seeds are actually the fruits of a leafy green plant in the Chenopodium family, closely related to wild greens such as lamb's-quarters and pigweed
, and in the same family as beets, chard and spinach.
4] broadleaves were exclusively redroot pigweed
(Amaranthus retroflexus L.