Russian thistle


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Russian thistle

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Ground cover included plains bristlegrass, Setaria macrostachya (Poaceae), peppergrass, prickly Russian thistle, Coulter's horseweed, golden crownbeard, hairyseed bahia, Bahia absinthifolia (Asteraceae), burroweed, Isocoma tenuisecta (Asteraceae), silverleafnightshade, copper globemallow, and trailing windmills.
Disturbed adults abandoned prickly Russian thistle and jumped or flew to cover in taller fourwing saltbush.
Russian thistle grows during both the crop and fallow cycles.
Russian thistle rapidly produces dry matter and sets seed after wheat harvest (Young et al.
8) In Oman, most of the vegetation cultivated Russian thistle, a tree that pollinates during spring.
Leafy Spurge, Russian Thistle, and Spotted Knapweed
The efforts of Rouhollah Sobhian, now retired from EBCL's biocontrol research team, included biocontrol agents for leafy spurge and Russian thistle (also known as tumbleweed).
Through this network, the Frederick lab recently acquired four good candidate pathogens--two on Russian thistle, one on Russian knapweed, and another on common groundsel.
Pollen from sage, western ragweed and Russian thistle are all present, Becker said.
Watch for the stinging Russian thistle that has colonized; however scotching the gorge gets, hips waders can be a savior.
In a stand of Russian thistles, they found some planks in a pile, so they pulled the Cat around to the loading area with the Ford, backed up the truck to the "dock" and laid out the planks as best they could to make a ramp.
My spruces looked too frail to be out and about in a world filled with Russian thistles and wild roses and thorn bushes.

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