Welcome to Weed Science Wednesday, a weekly series aimed at helping homeowners and horticulture professionals better identify and manage common landscape weeds in Florida.
This week’s weed of the week is Oxalis (Oxalis stricta). Oxalis ... READ MORE
A: The bright, orange spots you see on the oxalis are caused by a fungus, Puccinia sorghi, which is a type of rust. Generally, rust fungi must live on 2 or more plant hosts before they can complete their life cycle. They are quite complex ... READ MORE
Q: I am not sure what I have in my lawn, but it is taking over and nothing is helping to get rid of it. The leaves are similar to clover. It has a root that looks like a white radish and blooms are purple. It has spread all over and is in large ... READ MORE