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Grapes

Susceptibility of Spring/Summer Weeds to Herbicide Control


Select weeds to display in chart:

Weeds of Grapes: | Mark all | Unmark all |

ANNUAL GRASSES: | Mark all | Unmark all |
barnyardgrass
crabgrasses
fescues
foxtails
lovegrasses
sandburs
sprangletops
witchgrass

ANNUAL BROADLEAVES: | Mark all | Unmark all |
cockleburs
cudweeds
fleabane, hairy
fluvellins
goosefoot, nettleleaf
groundcherries
horseweed
knotweed, common
ladysthumb
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
mallow (cheeseweed)
nightshades
pigweeds
puncturevine
purslane, common
smartweed, pale
speedwells
starthistle, yellow
thistle, Russian
velvetleaf
willowherb, tall annual

PERENNIALS (SEEDLINGS): | Mark all | Unmark all |
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass

ESTABLISHED PERENNIALS: | Mark all | Unmark all |
asparagus
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
blackberries
catsear, common
clover, white
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass
nutsedge, purple
nutsedge, yellow
poison-oak, Pacific
sorrel, red


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