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Onion disease stymies researchers

Researchers are gaining ground on one weed problem onion growers deal with, but a disease issue has them scratching their heads.

Joel Felix, weed scientist at the Malheur Experiment Station, said the chemical Outlook, which originally had been approved for use on onions using spray applications for control of yellow nutsedge and had been approved by regulators for use in applying the chemical through drip irrigation on yellow onions. 34 more words

Ontario Argus Observer

Weed-eating goats have arrived at Edmonton's Rundle Park

One by one, goat after goat emerged from a trailer at Rundle Park, marking the arrival of the weed-eating animals for the summer.

A herd of 170 goats has been brought in to help the battle against noxious weeds at the northeast Edmonton park. 391 more words


Landowner blows whistle on plumeless thistle

Plumeless thistle, a state-listed noxious weed, has been found in southern Morrow County.

A new invasive weed has been spotted for the first time growing in southern Morrow County. 9 more words

Capital Press

Bur Chervil

Bur chervil (Anthriscus caucalis) is native to Eurasia, however, since being introduced as a garden ornamental, this annual has naturalized throughout large portions of North America. 241 more words


Tansy Ragwort - July 2017 Weed of the Month

Cows and horses don’t seek out poisonous plants like tansy ragwort. But it’s hard for them to avoid exposure when the weeds take over their pastures, or line the trails where they are ridden. 1,367 more words

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