How to Manage Pests

UC Pest Management Guidelines


Weed Photo Gallery, with Common and Scientific Names

(Reviewed 12/99, updated 5/02)

In this Guideline:

Common names link to pages with weed descriptions and photos, up to 100K, often showing several stages of development.

Common NameScientific Name
arrowhead, CaliforniaSagittaria montevidensis
arrowhead, GreggSagittaria longiloba
barnyardgrassEchinochloa crus-galli
bulrush, ricefieldScirpus mucronatus
bulrush, riverScirpus fluviatilis
burheadEchinodorus cordifolius
cattailsTypha spp.
ducksaladHeteranthera limosa
naiadsNajas spp.
pondweed, AmericanPotamogeton nodosus
redstemsAmmannia spp.
sedge, smallflower umbrella   Cyperus difformis
spikerushesEleocharis spp.
sprangletop, beardedLeptochloa fascicularis
watergrassesEchinochloa spp.
waterhyssopsBacopa spp.
waterplantain, commonAlisma plantago-aquatica


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UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Rice
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