Curly Dock – Weed of the Week

Curly Dock – Weed of the Week

Curly Dock is a perennial broadleaf weed that prefers seasonally moist areas and has a strong tap root. The seed can remain dormant and viable for up to 80 years, and the plant is capable of flowering two or more times per year. Curly Dock is toxic to livestock if consumed in large quantities.

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Curly Dock


Posted: November 26, 2019

Category: Agriculture, , Farm Management, Pests & Disease
Tags: Curly Dock, Herbicide, NFLAG, Pasture, Pesticide, Toxic, Weed Management, Weed Of The Week

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