Mey.]. Preharvest and fall-applied treatments provide the most effective long-term control. Palmer amaranth sometimes is called carelessweed. Female flower                                                                    Male flower, Canada thistle was introduced in North America as a seed contaminant in both French and British colonies. Fall is the preferred time for applying herbicides for plumeless thistle control. Kochia is native to Eurasia and was introduced to the United States in the early 1900s as an ornamental. In the U.S., chamomile is best known as an ingredient in herbal tea. Orange hawkweed is an aggressive species that quickly can develop into large, dense patches, thus reducing native plant communities. Mow as close to the surface as possible. Chemical. Black henbane plant, rosette and pineapple-shaped fruit courtesy of Weeds of the West, Tom Whitson, editor. Wavyleaf thistle grows 3 to 4 feet tall and often is associated with sagebrush communities and rangeland but is less common in moist meadows. Two non-native insects have been released to control field bindweed with minimal success to date in North America. After setting seed, the plant dies, thereby completing the life cycle. False chamomile photos from Richard Old, XID Services Inc. Line drawings are from USDA-NRCS PLANTS data base. Although it grows best under moist conditions as most thistles do, it can survive under drought conditions, which gives it a competitive advantage on semiarid rangeland. Remember the rhyme: Leaves of three — let it be! Although L. planus can survive under a wide range of climates, it has not reduced established Canada thistle stands. Both species grow 2 to 4 feet tall and have large opposite leaves 3 to 5 inches wide and 6 to 10 inches long, which are covered with fine pubescence. Seed germination averages 30 percent. Chemical. The leaves are alternate and lobed lower on the plant while upper leaves are entire. These annual sowthistle species can become competitive in cropland, but otherwise are more nuisance species than invasive. Control from these agents has been minimal. Herbicide treatments are most successful if applied at bud stage before flowering occurs and late in the fall when the plant is going dormant. Subsequently it was ob served in C. mucronata Desv. Bieb.) Chemical. Plants flower from early July through August and produce 1,000 or more seeds per plant. ), Dalmatian toadflax has broad heart-shaped leaves. The gall wasp Aulacidea subterminalis was released in the U.S. for evaluation but did not establish. Chemical. Cultural. False chamomile was a candidate for the North Dakota state noxious weed list in the late 1970s and early 1980s because the weed was spreading fast in cropland, especially in the north-central region of the state. Plateau (imazapic) applied in the fall will control downy brome in pasture and rangeland. Cultural. Researchers in Montana have observed that spotted knapweed may remain in a confined location for several years and then spread rapidly to adjacent areas. Saltcedar is a shrubby bush or tree that can range in size from 5 to 20 feet tall. Chemical. Seedlings that emerge in summer after tillage or previous herbicide applications will not bolt but remain in the rosette stage. Root segments as small as 0.6 inch can initiate shoot growth and become established. These conditions generally are found during the fall growing season. Plumeless thistle is one of the most common invasive thistles in the mid-Atlantic and upper Midwestern states. Chemical. Nitrate poisoning in livestock causes bloat and photosensitization. The aerial shoots die in the fall and new shoots arise the following spring from buds at the top of the root crown. The plant only reproduces from seed, but can spread great distances because the barbs on the nutlets cling to clothing, machinery and animals. The seeds are extremely tiny and similar in size and color to pepper. The late-season flowers produce seeds with little damage from the weevil, which sustains the musk thistle population. The following spring, the plant resumes vegetative growth, bolts and flowers. Several other members of the “daisy” family, including pineapple-weed (Matricaria discoidea DC. Before beginning any management program, please consult with your local county Extension agent and/or weed officer for the latest chemical, cultural and biological control recommendations. Leafy spurge seeds may germinate to re-establish infestations where total control of leafy spurge tops and roots has been achieved. Biological. Successful control of these and other infestations led to the delisting of the weed, but yellow starthistle remains a threat and any infestation should be eradicated immediately. Spotted and diffuse knapweed bracts courtesy of Steve Dewey, formerly of Utah State University. The fruit is a small, round capsule that contains up to four hard-coated seeds that can remain viable for at least 50 years. The stems are very pubescent with dark purple veins. Some taxonomists consider marsh a separate species from perennial sowthistle; others consider it a subspecies. Canada thistle is the only thistle in North Dakota that has become a cropland pest. Use of multiple sites of action within a season is important to reduce the risk of resistance establishment or spread. Early tillage in the spring provides good control when conducted during the seedling stage of the plant. The upper surface of the leaf is usually smooth and the lower surface usually is covered with soft hairs. Mechanical. The weed emerges in the spring from roots and grows to 2 to 3 feet tall and is shrublike with spreading branches. Grazing alone will not eradicate leafy spurge but will reduce the infestation, slow the spread of the weed and allow grasses to be grazed by cattle and horses. Halogeton produces as many as 75 seeds per inch of stem and seeds are viable from one year (early season production) to more than 10 years (developed after mid-August). The effect was short-lived and Canada thistle densities were similar regardless of burn treatment the second growing season after the burn. But is chamomile edible, and if so, what parts of chamomile are edible? Much of the spread of Palmer amaranth in neighboring states was due to planting infested seed. Orange hawkweed produces between five and 30 red-orange flower heads that are 0.5 to 0.75 inch diameter. Commonly used herbicides for Canada thistle control such as Milestone (aminopyralid), Tordon (picloram) and dicamba (various) are less effective and require higher use rates. ALEXIS December 2, 2020 December 2, 2020. The flowers of Russian knapweed vary from light pink to lavender. The plant’s growth is generally too compact to offer cover, and cover may be as crucial to wildlife as food. The seed head gall fly Urophora stylata lays eggs on flower buds and the larvae then feed on the seed. Canada thistle has the dubious distinction of being one of three weeds listed in 1885 by Dakota Territory as required of “every person” to be destroyed. R. conicus is not specific to musk thistle and has been found feeding on other invasive thistles, such as Canada thistle. Herbicides used for Canada thistle control, such as glyphosate or clopyralid, then are applied to rosettes in late September or early October. Both species are robust, fleshy perennial plants that flourish in orchards, waste places and along roadsides. Kochia is an exceptionally competitive weed and a few uncontrolled plants can cause severe yield losses. The plant spreads primarily vegetatively through runners (like strawberries) and rhizomes or to new sites by seed. Seeds remain in the soil for several years, so sites should be revisited each year to keep the plant from reestablishing. Middle and upper stem leaves are sparsely pubescent, have two lobes clasping the stem and are grayish green. The insects feed on leaves of saltcedar and slowly reduces plant vigor. Canada thistle roots are much less winter hardy then many other perennial weeds and timely cultivation actually can increase winter kill. Common mullein can become dense following a controlled burn or wild fire and slows the re-establishment of native herbs and grasses. Narrowleaf hawksbeard develops rapidly in the spring, which gives the species a competitive advantage, especially in forage crops. Flowering starts in early to mid-July, similar to Canada thistle. Place plants into large plastic garbage bags when removing them from fields to prevent seed spread, then burn or compost the plant material. It is known in commerce as Matricaria recutita and by its synonym Matricaria chamomilla. Flodman thistle is more competitive than most other native species and has the potential to infest large areas. The leaves are small and flat and resemble evergreen shrubs such as arborvitae. Orange hawkweed seeds are tiny and black, and have a tawny tuft of bristles on the flattened end. Biological. This plant is listed on several county noxious weed lists. Marsh sowthistle flower photo from Richard Old, XID Services Inc. 58. Seed remains viable in the soil five years or more, so infestations may occur a number of years after vegetative plants have been eliminated. BOTANICAL NAME Matricaria chamomilla Plant Family: Asteraceae. In the first year of growth, the plant forms a rosette of large, heart-shaped, thickly hairy leaves similar to rhubarb. syn. Rosettes are dark green with a light green midrib, usually smooth and lacking pubescence and often grow 2 feet or more in diameter. Seed pods are 3 to 5 inches long and contain dozens of flat, reddish-brown seeds with tufts of hairs that allow the seed to travel long distances in the wind. Hand-pulling this weed is not practical because of the large taproot. Cultivation can eradicate plants if cultivations are repeated frequently throughout the growing season for a period of two to four years. Since biennial plants such as musk thistle reproduce only from seed, the key to a successful management program is to control the plants before flowering. The stem of wavyleaf thistle is very pubescent and generally thicker than Flodman thistle. For the latest in biological control options, contact the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and/or the local staff of the U.S Department of Agriculture –Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service in Bismarck. First, the flowers have rounded bracts with transparent tips that are quite different in appearance than the dark bracts of spotted and diffuse knapweed. The leaves are shiny green in the spring and turn yellow and deep red in the fall. The plant resembles phlox, but has four petals, not five. Mowing of noncrop sites before seed-set will reduce the spread of this weed. Cultural. Biological control agents have been introduced in neighboring states to control spotted knapweed. Herbicides can be used to control purple loosestrife in areas too large to be controlled by digging. This plant is found most often in gravely, dry soils, waste areas and bottomlands. Dames rocket aggressively competes with native species. English chamomile is hardy in zones 4-11 and is cultivated all over the world for its herbal properties. Application in mid-September or during flowering in midsummer provides shorter-term control than late applications. However, applying herbicides in combination with cultivation has been successful in reducing both field bindweed infestations and the number of tillage operations. Following crop harvest, cultivate fields before the Canada thistle is 3 inches tall and repeat before regrowth reaches 3 inches tall until freeze-up. The plant also is known as American or common wormwood, mugwort or madderwort, and wormwood sage. Tordon (picloram), Plateau (imazapic) and Telar (chlorsulfuron) will control Dalmatian toadflax when applied at maximum use rates during flowering or late fall. floral background. Sowthistle can cause reduced crop yields, and lead to increased cultivation and herbicide costs. 1 The flowers … Stems of the plant are purplish-red. Livestock and wildlife will not graze where yellow starthistle grows because of the sharp spines around the flower. Mow whenever the plants are in the early bud growth stage to prevent seed-set. Narrowleaf hawksbeard is a winter or spring annual that grows 2 to 3 feet tall from a tap-rooted basal rosette. Within these varieties are many ecotypes, which differ in growth characteristics, response to day length, and susceptibility to herbicides and cultivation. Controlled burns often are used to help restore wildlands to a more natural plant community. Narrowleaf hawksbeard reproduces only by seed, which has a short dormancy and can germinate shortly after dispersal. Even just smelling the flowers can cause headaches and nausea in some people. Herbicides used for mustard control in cropland such as MCPA and 2,4-D will kill Dame’s rocket and can be used in wooded areas as long as the herbicide is not applied to the tree bark. Flodman thistle is a deep-rooted perennial and usually grows 3 to 4 feet tall. Animals will eat dried plants in hay, but many livestock, particularly cattle, avoid eating live plants. Yellow starthistle is an annual that often grows 3 feet or more tall and is branched with winged stems. The plant usually flowers from early July to mid-September in North Dakota. Chamomile is an annual wild edible that is easily recognized by its tiny daisy-like flowers (measuring no more than 2.5 centimetres wide). This thistle is a food source for a variety of insect and bird species. The knapweeds are one of the most rapidly spreading invasive species in the western U.S. Knapweeds already infest more acreage than leafy spurge in Montana and Minnesota, and have been found in more than 25 counties in North Dakota. Flea beetles were least productive in fine sand to loamy fine sand soils with an organic matter content of 1 percent to 3 percent. Cultivation will control annual sowthistle species in cropland. Edible Parts. Successful control of field bindweed requires a long-term management program. Feeding by T. horridus larvae on musk thistle growing tips causes the plant to produce multiple shoots. A similar plant called poison oak (T. diversiloba) is found only in states along the Pacific coast. Narrowleaf hawksbeard will grow in many ecological zones, ranging from forests, lakeshores and seashores to dry prairies, mountains and parklands. Orange hawkweed can be controlled with Tordon (picloram), products that contain clopyralid (Curtail, Stinger, Transline), Milestone (aminopyralid) or dicamba (various) plus 2,4-D. Monitor infested areas for several years to control new seedlings. To commemorate this victory, the flower became the emblem of Scotland. Narrowleaf hawksbeard traditionally was found along roadsides and disturbed land in North Dakota but now has become especially troublesome in no-till cropland, cropland seeded with cereals, pulses or oilseed crops, hay fields, and along newly established pipelines. However, this biological control agent has not been approved for release in the U.S. and interstate movement is not allowed. Russian knapweed will reduce forage production to near zero as the site often becomes a monoculture. Flower color can range from purple to light lavender or even white. Leafy spurge is most susceptible to dicamba (Banvel and other trade names), Facet L (quinclorac), Method (aminocyclopyrachlor), and Tordon (picloram). Combinations of Tordon plus Plateau or Tordon plus Plateau plus 2,4-D applied in June provide improved leafy spurge control compared with Tordon plus 2,4-D or Plateau applied alone in June. Larvae develop in the flower head and consume the seed as it develops. It is in leaf all year, in flower from June to July, and the seeds ripen from July to October. The leaves are oblong, usually deeply cut, and have spiny, toothed edges. The weed has a wide genetic diversity, which allows the plant to adapt to new environments and has enabled the weed to develop resistance to many herbicides used to control pigweed species. Wear gloves and protective clothing when handling these plants. Herbicides applied too early in the growing season generally result in poor control. Annual and spiny sowthistle often are found along roadsides and in waste areas, gardens and cultivated fields. Livestock generally will not graze absinth wormwood except in early spring. Stems of the plant have short, stiff hairs and may have one to three small, clasping leaves located below the midpoint of the stem. The plant is able to spread to new areas by seeds that are found within burs of the plant that cling to hair, fur or clothing of passing animals or people. Cultural control of leafy spurge includes properly timed cultivation and/or planting of competitive grass species. Both species have bright yellow flowers similar to dandelion, but perennial sowthistle flower bracts are covered with gland-tipped hairs, while marsh sowthistle has smooth flower bracts. The seed head spikes can be up to 3 feet long, and the female flowers are very prickly. [Linaria dalmatica (L.) Mill.] have been released in North America to control saltcedar. St. Johnswort is a taprooted perennial herb that typically grows 1 to 5 feet tall. These sowthistle species are from Europe and now are established widely in the region. Flowers of the plant are yellow, starlike with five petals and 0.5 to 1 inch in diameter, with tiny black dots on the margins. Of these species, oxeye daisy has been the most invasive and is included on several state and provincial noxious weed lists. The flower stalk has two small bracts located 0.5 to 2 inches below the flower. Dame’s rocket flowers are found from early May through June, fragrant and generally purple but occasionally pink or white. All cultural control methods are more successful when combined with herbicide treatments than when used alone. The long-term use of proper stocking rates to maintain competitive forage species has helped reduce the spread of toadflax into grazing lands. It also is found in China and Japan and has spread so extensively that it is difficult to distinguish the plant’s original native range. The bristles of the plant also may cause localized allergic reactions for some individuals. Repeated applications often are required to achieve adequate management. The plant appears bushy rather than the candelabra appearance of plumeless or Canada thistle. Overview Information Wild carrot is a plant. Poison ivy is a perennial native small shrub that spreads by both rhizomes and seeds. The stems die back to the soil surface each year. Student Focused. Black henbane is native to Europe and was cultivated as a medicinal and ornamental plant. A careful follow-up program is necessary to control missed plants and seedlings. Narrowleaf hawksbeard is native to Siberia and much of Eurasia. Canada thistle has the potential to form dense infestations rapidly through vegetative reproduction, and the spread of these clones may continue indefinitely, crowding out and displacing native grasses and forbs through shading, competition and possibly allelopathy. Downy brome often is found as a contaminant in grass and crop seed and is difficult to separate from the desirable species. Palmer amaranth young plant and flower stalk courtesy of Alicia Harstad, NDSU. The best control of field bindweed is obtained with a combination of cultivation, selective herbicides, and competitive crops or forage grasses. The plant reproduces both by seed and creeping rootstocks. Repeated mowing will reduce plumeless thistle population but must be done prior to flowering or viable seed will be produced. The best control is obtained when picloram is applied following several hard frosts (mid-October). However, sheep and goats will graze leafy spurge as a portion of their diet and can be used as a form of cultural control. Leafy spurge control must be considered a long-term management program. The perennial root system is established the following spring and consists of vertical and lateral roots. Spiny sowthistle has slightly larger flower heads (0.5 to 1 inch across) compared with annual sowthistle (0.25 to 0.75 inch). Although found as far west as Washington state, it is less common than musk and bull thistle and is not listed on the North Dakota state noxious weed list. No biological control agents or pathogens are available for these weeds. Both are short-lived perennials or sometimes biennial plants reproducing solely by seed. 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