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Weed Identification: Using Plant Structures as a Key TAMU

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PDF 18 pages by Paul A. Baumann Professor and Extension Weed specialist, The Texas A&M University System. Weed dentification:Using Plant Structures as a Key. Weed identification is necessary to the success of any weed control program. Frequently, simple plant keys or ?picture book? identification guides are used to identify weeds. However, some plant taxonomy keys can be quite complex and require an advanced understanding of plant structure and taxonomic terminology. While more difficult to use, a detailed key or guide allows for the precise identification of weeds. This handbook is intended for use as a companion piece to better understand the plant part terminology used in less complicated identification guides.

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