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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by redpot321, Jun 2, 2008.
If you can Id this weed Ill send you 10 via pay pal!!
that looks alot like a flower i have growing in a planter on my front step
that's what I was thinking, looks like what I just planted in my back yard. If the flowers were a little more of a hot pink I would kind of want to say some type of barberry.
I wish I knew....that is almost 2.5 gallon of gas!
columnea lavandulacea or something close to it.
It looks a lot like mexican heather, but the leaves on your specimin are more rounded on the ends. Other than that, they are almost identical. Of course I've never known mexican heather to be a "weed" either. There again, I don't live in tropical Florida!
It looks like a species of indigo. Here in Hawaii, creeping indigo with pink flowers frequently becomes a turf weed. This weed is resistant to normal 3 way herbicides, isn't it?. I get rid of it with 1/2 oz metsulfuron + Quicksilver. St augustine and centipede will tolerate being sprayed with that combo, as long as it is well watered and fertilized.
creeping beggarweed........got some in my yard.........quicksilver and octane are labeled to kill it......
Greg I'm positive that's what it is. A neighbor of mine around the corner had some in his yard last year and brought it over for me to ID and I couldn't remember the name off-hand.
Some more pics http://www.tropicalforages.info/key/Forages/Media/Html/Desmodium_incanum.htm
Leaves are not in groups of three. Opposite not alternate. Not pointed--leaf ends are rounded. I am baffled.