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cleavers

Herbal medicine
An annual herb that contains citric acid, coumarins and tannins; it is diuretic and alterative (i.e., stimulates lymphatic circulation), and is used to treat kidney stones, arthritis, hypertension, skin conditions (e.g., eczema and psoriasis), and is believed to be of use in treating lymphomas.

goosegrass

eleusineindica.
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To cook, we blanch the nettles and goosegrass together in a pan for a couple of minutes - which once cooked gives off the distinct smell of fresh peas - then roughly chop and set aside.
STICKY STUFF: Galium aperine, otherwise known as cleavers, sticky Willie or goosegrass * FRESH: Now's the time to sow peas * SUN LOVERS: Plant loganberries facing south
Other records of glyphosate-resistant weeds (not necessarily linked to HT crops) are rigid ryegrass in an orchard in Australia and in wheat production systems in Australia and California, Italian ryegrass in Chile and goosegrass in Malaysia.
Crabgrass, goosegrass and broadleaf signalgrass are the major annual grass weeds that slow establishment, limit production and reduce forage value of bermudagrass," said Commissioner Irvin.
Yardgrass, Goosegrass or Crowfoot Grass; infrequent; roadside along CR 300W; BSUH 10868.
Also check to make sure it is free of noxious weeds such as Poa Annua, Goosegrass and Bentgrass.