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groundsel

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Groundsel is covered with orange and black cinnabar moth, and cabbage white butterflies (unfortunately
Daisies, golden Alexander, groundsel, sweet rocket and common fleabane still hold in the pastures, but garlic mustard and ragwort are almost gone.
Weed control Be wary of good weather in late autumn as it provides the ideal conditions for perennial weeds such as chickweed, groundsel and bittercress to take hold.
Do it thoroughly and you'll kill off weeds like groundsel and chickweed totally.
We all have our pet hates - groundsel, rock cress or chickweed.
Along with lush patches of grass in more open areas, look for fireweed, glacier lily, and heart-leafed arnica sprouting from rhizomes early this summer; leafy aster and groundsel may appear by August.
Also nominated as a new Class "C" weed is common groundsel, which can cause livestock deaths if hay contains high enough concentrations of this toxic weed.
His own studies have shown populations of the rare moth have plummeted as ragwort spraying has fallen, and suggests the moth feeds better on groundsel.
In cultivated ground weeds such as pineapple weed, coltsfoot, groundsel, sow thistle and creeping thistle all irritate allotment holders, particularly as one of the features of many plants in the daisy family is that their seeds are wind distributed.
Heart-leaved Groundsel, Golden Ragwort; Ditch fen; Common; C = 4; BSUH 14830.
Birds were not evenly distributed throughout the marsh but were concentrated within patches containing threesquare and scattered groundsel (Baccharis halimifolia) trees.
The red and green lettuces in their long rows, look snug and fat and frilly amidst a sea of groundsel and other annual weeds, the air buzzing with insects.