Weed of the Week: Caesar’s Weed

Caesar’s weed. Photo credit Ann Murray

Caesar’s Weed is a member of the Malvaceae family, which are typically grown for ornamental purpose. Other plants in this family include Hibiscus and Cotton. Caesar’s weed is most commonly is found in disturbed areas, pastures, and perennial crop plantations. This weed is considered to be very aggressive, growing 2 to 7 feet by the end of the first year.

For help identifying weeds or developing a control plan for your operation, please contact your county extension agent.

For more information on this topic please see the following UF/IFAS Publication:

Weed Management in Pastures


Posted: October 27, 2017

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Forage & Pasture, Livestock, Panhandle Agriculture, Pasture, Pest Management, Weeds

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