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pigweed

Amaranthus spp., Portulaca oleracea, Trianthema portulacastrum.
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Add the washed tender tops of purslane, lambs quarter and pigweed (about seven big handfuls).
The effects of red root pigweed density and competitive ability on yield and yield components of Sorghum hybrids, Crop Congress, Tehran University, College of Abu Rayhan.
But after spending several weeks driving through the Delta for face-to-face meetings with farmers, and hosting a series of field days at our company's soybean research and production facilities in DeWitt, I see a topic that is causing genuine alarm: Palmer amaranth, or pigweed.
The 1-ton and 2-ton rates worked best in peppermint, reducing barnyard grass, green foxtail, common lambsquarters, henbit, and redroot pigweed populations by 90 percent several weeks after application.
Common pigweed Asteraceae Galinsoga parviflora Cav.
Nature and human experience--agreeing, opposing, or disjoined: Millay broached this question in "Elegy Before Death," where rhododendron, tamarack, pigweed, and ploughland will still be there when you're gone.
Try these wild edibles available in Spring time: Wild Amaranth or Pigweed, Lambs quarters, Ladys thumb, Daylily flowers, Peppergrass, Sheep sorrel, Wood sorrel, Juneberry fruits Galinsoga leaves, Sochan (Rudbeckia laciniata) leaves, Catbriar shoots, Kudzu Shoots, Elderberry flowers.
Meanwhile, fall pollinating trees, flowers, and weeds--including sagebrush, pigweed, tumbleweed, and Russian thistles--are troublesome in the South.
Bhowmik and Doll (1983) investigated the allelopathic effects of redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus) and yellow foxtail (Setaria glauca) residues on corn (Zea mays) and soybean (Glycine max) at different temperatures and photosynthetic photon flux densities (PPFD).
Brand notes that several of the traditional foods in her study -- including pigweed, blue grass lily, arrowroot, Polynesian wet taro and a paste of desert oak -- bear no outward resemblance to the traditional Pima foods.
Other weeds that cause allergic reactions are pigweed and sagebrush (tumbleweed), Russian thistle, plantain, mugwort, dock sorrel, cocklebur and lamb's quarters.
Redroot, Rough Pigweed, Redroot Amaranth; Roadside along River Road; Rare; C = 0; BSUH 17376.