*  Glyphosate
It is used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops. It was discovered to be an ... Glyphosate is effective in killing a wide variety of plants, including grasses and broadleaf and woody plants. By volume, it is ... In 2009, Canada identified its first resistant weed, giant ragweed, and at that time 15 weed species had been confirmed as ... In response to resistant weeds, farmers are hand-weeding, using tractors to turn over soil between crops, and using other ...
*  Environmental issues in Florida
Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council. Retrieved 2008-01-27. "Exotic Invasive Plants - "Weeds Gone Wild"". University of Florida, ... Approximately 1,300 of Florida's plant species (31 percent of the total) are non-natives which have become established; 10 ... Ramey, Victor (August 2001). "Non-Native Invasive Aquatic Plants in the United States:Pistia stratiotes". Center for Aquatic ... permanent dead link] "Invasive Nonindigenous Plants in Florida:Hydrilla". University of Florida, IFAS Center for Aquatic and ...
*  Cane knife
Invasive Plants: Weeds of the Global Garden. Brooklyn Botanic Garden. p. 14. ISBN 978-0-945352-95-2. Retrieved 2008-02-08. ... Machete Kukri Golok Bolo knife Hanson, Beth (1996). "Chapter 3 - Tools & Techniques: Chemical-free Weed Controls". ...
*  Vernicia fordii
"Introduced, Invasive and Noxious Plants / Weeds of Florida". USDA. Apogee Components Condor: Glider using tung wood "Aleurites ... The plant contains the coumarinolignoid aleuritin and 5,6,7-trimethoxy coumarin. Stuppy, W.; van Welzen, P. C.; Klinratana, P ... Just prior to World War I, a number of seeds received from the United States Ambassador to China were planted in California, ... Fairchild, David (1938). The World Was My Garden: Travels of a Plant Explorer. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. p. 216. ISBN ...
*  Cymbopogon martinii
Singh, A.; Singh, M.; Singh, D. (1997). "Pre-plant weed control for a palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii ) nursery". International ... which is a plant pathogen. Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families The International Plant Names Index Prashar, A.; Hili ... Weeds are a problem and keeping them out of the nursery beds will increase the yield. Manual weeding must be done often and ... Singh, A.; Singh, M.; Singh, D. (1997). "Pre-plant weed control for a palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) nursery". International ...
*  Medicago polymorpha
USDA PLANTS PLANTS Profile for Medicago polymorpha (burclover) , USDA PLANTS Weed Gallery: California burclover-UC IPM Khan, ... The stems often root at the nodes; adult plants, and even young plants that have been able to grow for a few weeks undisturbed ... The plant is edible and consumed mostly as a vegetable in the summer of China. List of vegetables Medicago lupulina, black ... Full grown plant stems are up to 2 feet (60 cm) long, and usually sprawl along and/or under the ground. ...
*  Fishbone and the Familyhood Nextperience Present: The Psychotic Friends Nuttwerx
"Where'd You Get Those Pants?" uses the same melody as "Weed Plant", another Fishbone song. Angelo Moore - saxophone, vocals ...
*  Pesticide
Target pests can include insects, plant pathogens, weeds, molluscs, birds, mammals, fish, nematodes (roundworms), and microbes ... Nicosulfuron, triflusulfuron methyl, and chlorsulfuron are broad-spectrum herbicides that kill plants weeds or pests by ... Plant growth regulators: Substances (excluding fertilizers or other plant nutrients) that alter the expected growth, flowering ... Herbicides can be used to clear roadside weeds, trees, and brush. They can also kill invasive weeds that may cause ...
*  Gropius House
Ise spent many hours each week planting, weeding, and trimming. She also filled and maintained more than a dozen bird feeders ... Gropius removed the perennials and covered the ground in a layer of gray gravel, where she then planted azaleas, candytuft, ...
*  Chernyayevsky Forest
There are food, medicinal, fodder and weed plants among them. 14 species of plants are rare and need protection. A quantity of ... There are more than 50 species of plants growing on the glades. Most of them are grassy perennials. ...
*  Federation Walk
"Planting and Weeding Federation Walk". Mosaic Map: NRM funded projects. Natural Resource Management. 2007-07-21. Archived from ... "Weed-a-Thon Winds up a Great Year for the Walk". Gold Coast City Council. 2006-11-20. Retrieved 2008-02-02. Gold Coast City ... Following the fires, a weed-a-thon was held in November 2006 to mark the receipt of a grant from the government of Queensland, ... A fig tree that currently marks the start of the walk was planted to mark the ribbon-cutting. The first stage of Federation ...
*  Native American cultures in the United States
The hoe was the main tool used to till the land and prepare it for planting; then it was used for weeding. The first versions ... The women were in charge of planting, weeding, and harvesting the crops. In most other regions, the women were in charge of ... The dibber was a digging stick, used to plant the seed. Once the plants were harvested, women prepared the produce for eating. ... they gathered and cultivated plants, used plants and herbs to treat illnesses, cared for the young and the elderly, made all ...
*  Wannon Falls
Bird, Rod (November 2011). "HFNC tree-planting & weed control work at Wannon Falls Scenic Reserve" (PDF). Hamilton Field ...
*  Vicia villosa
vetch) List of companion plants "Weed of the Week - Hairy Vetch" (PDF). USDA Forest Service. Retrieved 10 September 2017. " ... Organic gardeners often plant hairy vetch (a nitrogen-fixing legume) as a companion plant to tomatoes, as an alternative to ... When it is time to plant tomatoes in the spring, the hairy vetch is cut to the ground and the tomato seedlings are planted in ... "Midwest Invasive Plant Network Midwest Invasive Plant List". University of Georgia. Retrieved 10 September 2017. "Selected ...
*  Rumex crispus
"Oviposition Preferences of Black Cutworm Moths Among Various Crop Plants, Weeds, and Plant Debris12." Journal of Economic ... but seen as a possible effect of the plant when taken. The plant may also cause intestinal discomfort to some people. The plant ... It is classified as an "injurious weed" under the UK Weeds Act 1959. It is often seen in disturbed soils at the edges of ... Once the plant matures it becomes too bitter to consume. Dock leaves are an excellent source of both vitamin A and vitamin C, ...
*  Agrotis ipsilon
"Oviposition Preferences of Black Cutworm Moths Among Various Crop Plants, Weeds, and Plant Debris12." Journal of Economic ... They will often eat all the weeds available before moving to attacking crops. Favored crops include most vegetable plants, ... If such host plants are not available, the females will oviposit on dead plant material. However, they will not lay eggs on ... These plants have multiple stems and many low-lying basal leaves. On most plant species, the cutworm prefers to oviposit on the ...
*  Toxicodendron radicans
The Poisoned Weed: Plants Toxic to Skin. Oxford University Press. pp. 32-. ISBN 978-0-19-515548-8. Neil L. Jennings (2010). In ... It may grow as a forest understory plant, although it is only somewhat shade-tolerant. The plant is extremely common in ... vanderbilt.edu Poison Oak at Wayne's Word Poison Ivy Plant and Rash Images, advice, plant identification Poison Ivy, Ontario ... The plants can grow as a shrub up to about 1.2 metres (3.9 ft) tall, as a groundcover 10-25 cm (3.9-9.8 in) high, or as a ...
*  Mary Arlene Appelhof
"Celebrating gardening, plants, and weeds". EmilyCompost. Archived from the original on 2013-10-05. Retrieved 2013-12-27. "In ...
*  Cicuta
List of poisonous plants Weed Cicuta virosa Schep LJ, Slaughter RJ, Becket G, Beasley DM (April 2009). "Poisoning due to water ... The plants produce a cylindrical fruit which is 4 millimeters (0.16 in) to 6 millimeters (0.24 in) in length. The plant is ... If a sample of the plant ingested has been retained, diagnosis can be confirmed by having the plant identified by a botanist. ... are perennial plants that are all similar in morphology, growing up to a maximum of 2.5 meters (8.2 ft) in height. The stem of ...
*  Malvella leprosa
In many regions, whether native there or not, the plant is often a noxious weed and easily invades habitat, including areas ... Jepson Manual Treatment USDA Plants Profile Weeds Australia Photo gallery. ... In California, the plant can be found in agricultural lands, including fields and orchards. This is a decumbent perennial herb ... Malvella leprosa is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family known by the common names alkali mallow and alkali sida. ...
*  Malone Road
The wild plants, "weeds", are listed and discussed in the "Urban Flora" by Beesley and Wilde. They noted that the residents ... keep their gardens relatively weed-free. In the area Scrophularia nodosa (Common Figwort), Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove) and ...
*  Pink-tailed worm-lizard
The lizard is threatened by habitat fragmentation, removal of rock, grazing, tree planting, weeds or ploughing. "Aprasia ...
*  Asclepias tuberosa
anonymous (2008). "Featured Native Plant: Butterfly Weed" (PDF). Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes. 6 (4). Dickinson ... It is commonly known as butterfly weed because of the butterflies that are attracted to the plant by its color and its copious ... "The Plant list: A Working List of All plant Species". Schillo, Rebecca (2011). Cummings, Nina, ed. "Native Landscaping Takes ... Entire plant from the ground to the flower Young stems during spring A young leaf An emerging flower head Closeup of the hairy ...
*  Task system
Women were responsible for the planting, weeding, harvesting, threshing, and polishing of the rice crop. Men were responsible ... Coffee, rice, and pimento were comparatively hardier plants where extensive supervision was unnecessary, leading planters to ... The highly developed and knowledgeable skills concerning rice planting possessed by slaves led to their successful ability to ...
*  Senecio crassiflorus
"Scientific name : Senecio crassiflorus (Poir.) DC". Exotic Plant Life and Weeds. New Zealand Plant Conservation Network. ... "Ngā Tipu o Aotearoa - New Zealand Plants". New Zealand Plant Names Database. Landcare Research Allan Herbarium and New Zealand ... "Senecio crassiflorus (Lam.) DC". Australian Plant Name Index. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research. Retrieved 2008-04-23. ... tall plant tends to "lay down and rest" on the dunes and sandy coastal areas it inhabits. Leaves Shaped like spatula with ...
*  Cellulosic ethanol commercialization
The plant also produces 13,000 metric tons of lignin pellets per year, used as fuel at combined-heat-and-power plants, and ... Pilot scale studies for utilization of pine needles and Lantana weed undertaken at Cellulose and Paper Division, Forest ... The cellulosic ethanol industry in the United States developed some new commercial-scale plants in 2008. Plants totaling 12 ... Currently (2016), here are many demonstration plants throughout the country, and handful of commercial-scale plants which are ...
*  Potato mop-top virus
As the name implies, the main host is potato; however, this virus also affects some common vegetable plants and weeds. Some of ... Another form of vector management is crop rotations with brassicas and datura (a weed). Rotating with these plants has shown to ... Generating vector-resistant plants have been proven to be largely unsuccessful for PMTV. This is because plants need to have ... It has been shown that PMTV infected seeds are planted, they only partially infect the following generations of plants, showing ...