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Canada thistle

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Specific herbicides can be used to kill tenacious perennials such as nutsedge, Canada thistle, quack grass, and poison ivy that are challenging to kill using tillage or mowing.
Alfalfa, sweetclover, clover, Canada thistle, sowthistle, and field bindweed were the most commonly identified species of broadleafed vegetation across all fields.
Lydon wants to determine the size of the mite population needed to significantly impede growth of Canada thistle and whether this mite can transmit a disease or virus to the weed.
those present before and after herbiciding including Canada thistle (Cirsium vulgare) and common burdock (Arcrium minus) by the further use of herbicides and prescribed burns.
The field evaluation was conducted to determine the glyphosate tolerance of Nueltin and to develop the appropriate management strategies for controlling Canada thistle in seed production fields.
They are studying a mite as a possible biological agent to control Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), a major invasive weed pest in U.
Mating system, life-history and reproduction in Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense, Asteraceae).
A research project by University of Minnesota professors Willard Koukkari and David Biesboer of Plant Biology is making progress in developing a biological way to control Canada thistle and leafy spurge, two noxious weeds that have become a serious problem on highway rights-of-way in Minnesota.
One common complaint about Earth-friendly weeding techniques is that they aren't effective at fighting pernicious weeds such as Canada thistle, quackgrass or morning glory, which can burrow 20 feet into the earth and has seeds that can remain active for up to 50 years.
For me, vinegar has knocked out Canada thistle, dandelion, plantain and burdock.
Canada thistle is one of the toughest, most persistent, most difficult to eradicate weeds there is.
Over the past 73 years, he's watched Canada thistle and bindweed take over 160 acres of prime winter wheat cropland.

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