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AAnnual weeds, such as chickweed, fat hen and annual nettles can go on the compost heap provided they are not setting seed.
1% Total Land Pollen) and were dominated by grasses, sedges, Dandelion family, Plantains, Bracken and grains of both arable and pastoral `weeds' including Pheasants Eye (probably a Roman introduction), Corn Chamomile, Cornflower, Pale Persicaria, Bedstraw, Fat Hen, Sheep's Sorrel, Black Knapweed, Knotgrass, members of the Goosefoot family and Cereal types (0.
So now you have a bird, nearly half a size larger than the fat hen, hanging in the Reichstag.
The next most frequent broad-leaved weeds identified by farmers were mayweed (infesting 86% of winter wheat), chickweed (infesting 82% of the crop), charlock (75% of the total crop), common field speedwell (69%), fat hen (68%), volunteer oilseed rape (68%), field pansy (65%) common poppy (60%), knotgrass (59%) and groundsel (58%).
The next most frequent broad-leaved weeds identified by farmers were mayweed (infesting 86pc of winter wheat), chickweed (infesting 82pc of the crop), charlock (75pc of the total crop), common field speedwell (69pc), fat hen (68pc), volunteer oilseed rape (68pc), field pansy (65pc) common poppy (60pc), knotgrass (59pc) and groundsel (58pc).