Black Cherry is common across the southern half of the United States. Mature trees span from 50 to 90 feet tall with an oval silhouette shape, and low branches that normally droop to the ground…. Read More
Category: Pests & Disease
Bracken Fern is a common perennial fern that is found across the United States. Its ability to grow well is both dry and moist soils, as well as along tree lines, in wooded areas, and… Read More
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 found in disturbed areas, pastures,… Read More
Weeds affect farmers directly through burdensome production costs. This economic impact is a direct result of the high costs of manufactured herbicides, tillage equipment and machinery, fuel costs, yield loss, and land value loss. A… Read More
Coffee Senna, Senna occidentalis Coffee Senna is an annual herb that is toxic if consumed in large quantities. It is found in disturbed or over grazed areas and can become an issue in row crops. Mowing before… Read More
Sicklepod, also known as coffeebeen, has upright stems, oval leaves, and yellow flowers. Seed pods are round, brownish in color, and contain angular seeds. Mature plants are found in late summer and fall. This weed… Read More
Goatweed is a quick spreading weed with prolific seed production that is commonly found in improved pastures.
Show crotalaria, sometimes referred to as Rattlebox, is a fast growing summer annual that is toxic to livestock.
Southern sandbur (Sandspur), is a native annual grass adapted to dry, sandy soils.
Tropical Soda Apple is a common weed found throughout Florida and can be a serious problem in perennial pastures.