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Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification - Louisiana


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PDF 12 pages 36 species identified by Louisiana State University Agriculture Center.

Laboratory Broadleaf Weed Identification - Louisiana

Tips for Identifying Broadleaf Weeds
�� The cotyledon is an important identifying characteristic for broadleaf weeds.
�� Shape and position of leaves, presence of pubescence or hairs, and venation are all helpful characteristics.
�� When weeds are mature, flower size, shape, and color can be used to distinguish weeds.
�� Some broadleaf weeds such as pigweeds or morningglories can be difficult to specifically
identify because of natural crossings that can occur between species within the same genera.
�� Broadleaf weeds are all dicots

Weeds identified:
alligatorweed
balloonvine
carpetweed
common cocklebur
common purslane
common ragweed
cutleaf groundcherry
cypressvine morningglory
eclipta showy crotalaria
entireleaf morningglory
giant ragweed
hemp sesbania
hophornbeam copperleaf
horsenettle
ivyleaf morningglory
palmleaf morningglory
Pennsylvania smartweed
pigweed sp.
pitted morningglory
prickly sida
prostrate spurge
purple moonflower
red morningglory
redweed
scouringrush
sharppod morningglory
sicklepod
silverleaf nightshade
smallflower morningglory
smellmelon
spotted spurge
Texasweed
trumpetcreeper
wild poinsettia
woolly croton

Regions Impacted: USA, Southern, Southwest

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