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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by milike, Sep 19, 2009.
To all the experts...
Please help ID this weed??
It's a cherry neddle (southern version). Has thorns and great to step on the the garden. Hogs won't even eat them.
It's a nightshade for sure, and quite likely black nightshade, aka solanum ptycanthum. Other nightshades have purple flowers and different leaf patterns. A similar nightshade, bitterweet nightshade, is a common weed in this area. Nightshades contain toxic alkaloids. Photo of black nightshade in link below.
Looks like either clover or nutsedge
oh you just didn t say that!!!!!!!!!!!!
by the way, hate those plants, i hand pull them from landscapes and get stuck all the time
Eastern Black Nutshade. Summer annual weed most common in row crops (corn, soybeans, etc), but sometimes in new lawns adjacient to fields.
solanum ptycanthum looksk like it...
them berrys get every where
If it is a climbing vine--its nightshade. Poisonous. Otherwise I defer to the first poster. Raimroad.