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weed image identification help

Posted by molotov27 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 15, 07 at 14:17

Hello,

I need some help identifying these weeds. I'm in a hot & humid climate. They are slowly but surely taking increasing their coverage. I've tried pulling them out & even some chemicals, but to no avail. I greatly appreciate any help.

Overall view (there are two types of weeds here:

Weed #1

Weed #2:


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RE: weed image identification help

i can't necessarily point it out. but i'm in the same boat. looking up weeds is extraordinarily difficult. if you find someone that can identify let me know. ranchgal@snappydsl.net. I'm trying to figure out what made one of my livestock ill...

here are some sites i've found that might help you. I know i've seen that two toned leaf before.

http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/comlist.html

http://vet.purdue.edu/depts/addl/toxic/cover1.htm

http://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/photos.html

Here is beneficial plant use site;
http://www.ibiblio.org/pfaf/database/commonP.html

the weeds i'm trying to identify are on my blog.
http://jojosfarmlife.blogspot.com/2007/09/photosensitive-plants-animals-and.html


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RE: weed image identification help

anyone else care to take a shot at these weeds? I'll greatly appreciate it.


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RE: weed image identification help

The second one looks like spotted spurge. Very hard to get rid of.


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I initially thought of spotted spurge, but according to all the info that I have found it has red "spots". This one has cream or white sports in the middle of the leaf, so I have reject it as a possibility.

Anyone else?


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