Yard & Garden Report



NDSU Yard & Garden Report for September 3, 2018
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NDSU Yard & Garden Report for September 3, 2018
Image JPEG image Crabgrass growing on sidewalk
Crabgrass thrives in hot spots.
Image JPEG image Crabgrass seedhead
The finger-like seedheads of crabgrass are showy now.
Bumper Crop of Crabgrass
Crabgrass loves the heat. It has thrived over the past two summers and is everywhere now. Here's how to control it.
Image JPEG image Palmer amaranth
Palmer amaranth towers above a field of soybeans. Its stalks are massive and can damage equipment. This weed can be identified by its long petioles (note the petiole has been folded and is much longer than the leaf blade) and a spine on each leaf tip.
Dangerous Weed Invades North Dakota
Palmer amaranth has been discovered in North Dakota. Considered to be the "most troublesome weed in the USA," this may be a serious weed threat to farmers and gardeners in our state. Get to know this weed and how to control it in gardens.
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