Hairy Indigo – Weed of the Week

Hairy Indigo – Weed of the Week

Hairy Indigo is a non-toxic legume common in pastures and row crops. As a legume, it can ‘fix’ or add nitrogen to the soil. Hairy Indigo is often confused with Creeping Indigo, which is toxic. However, Hairy Indigo is 1) Hairy, 2) Grows upright, 3) is Larger, and 4) has OPPOSITE leaves.

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Posted: November 26, 2019

Category: Agriculture, Crops, Farm Management, Pests & Disease
Tags: Hairy Indigo, Herbicide, Management, NFLAG, Pasture, Pesticide, Weed Management, Weed Of The Week

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