CSS302-Lecture3 - Creeping Reproduce by rhizomes, stolons,...

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Classification of Weeds Herbaceous Annuals » Summer » Winter Biennials Perennials » Simple » Bulbous » Tuberous » Creeping Woody
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Classification of Weeds Herbaceous Annuals Summer Annuals Germinate in Spring Flower in Summer Die with Frost in Fall Winter Annuals Germinate in Fall Flower in Spring Produce Seed/Die in Summer
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Classification of Weeds Herbaceous Biennials Produce vegetative growth 1st year Produce flowers and seed 2nd year Fleshy taproot
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Classification of Weeds Herbaceous Perennials Simple Bulbous Tuberous Creeping » Rhizomes - _____________________________ » Stolons - ________________________________ » Creeping roots
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Vegetative Propagation (Characteristic of Perennials) Types of Perennials: Simple » Reproduce by seed or fragmentation of crown Bulbous
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Vegetative Propagation (Characteristic of Perennials) Types of Perennials:
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Unformatted text preview: Creeping Reproduce by rhizomes, stolons, or spreading roots Tuberous Reproduce by tubers Weed Associations I. Association with Environment: A. Soils: __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Weed Associations I. Association with Environment: B.Temperature High - ________________________ Low - _________________________ Both - ________________________ Weed Associations II. Association with Crops: A. Cropping systems B. Tillage - ______________________________ C. Similarity in seed size - ___________________ D. Mowing - ______________________________ Weed Associations III. Association with Non-Crop Environments: Succession Annuals Perennials Native species...
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CSS302-Lecture3 - Creeping Reproduce by rhizomes, stolons,...

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