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Citrus

Susceptibility of Spring/Summer Weeds to Herbicide Control


Select weeds to display in chart:

Weeds of Citrus: | Mark all | Unmark all |

ANNUAL WEEDS: | Mark all | Unmark all |
barnyardgrass
chickweed, common
cockleburs
crabgrass, large
cudweeds
eveningprimrose, cutleaf
fleabane, hairy
foxtails
goosefoot, nettleleaf
groundcherries
groundsel, common
horseweed
knotweeds
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
lovegrasses
mallow, little (cheeseweed)
morningglory, annual
mullein, turkey
nettle, burning
nightshades
pigweeds
pineapple-weed
polypogon, rabbitsfoot
puncturevine
purslane, common
sandburs
sowthistles
speedwells
sprangletops
spurge, spotted
thistle, Russian
witchgrass

PERENNIAL WEEDS: | Mark all | Unmark all |
bermudagrass (seedling)
bermudagrass (perennial)
bindweed, field (seedling)
bindweed, field (perennial)
dallisgrass (seedling)
dallisgrass (perennial)
johnsongrass (seedling)
johnsongrass (perennial)
nutsedge, yellow
nutsedge, purple


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