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Weed Science, PLS 4601c Section 7644 and Grad. – Prin. Of Weed Science AGR 6932 Section 9212 University of Florida - Davie http://grove.ufl.edu/~turf/weedscience/ Philip Busey, turf@ufl.edu 954-579-3932 (cell) May 28, 2009 Quiz 3 1. Practitioners classify weeds in an artificial taxonomy with three groups: a) annuals, biennials and perennials b) grass weeds, sedge weeds, and broadleaf weeds c) grasses, sedges, and monocots d) monocots and dicots e) None of the above 2. What is generally the least effective way of describing a weed? a) dried, pressed specimen b) over the telephone c) pen and ink drawing d) photograph e) None of the above 3. It is easiest to identify a weed if the following is (are) available? a) flowers and fruits b) leaves and roots c) pollen d) rhizomes and stolons e) None of the above 4. The dominant weed (largest canopy %) in our quadrat survey was: a) creeping charlie b) dollarweed c) henbit d) smutgrass e) None of the above
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