Bassia scoparia

  1. Annual plant; greyish-green leaves with thick soft hairs; almost furry in appearance; grows taller and very branched as matures; some stems have purplish tones.
  2. Patch tillage or hand pulling; mowing can reduce seed set; herbicide control at rosette stage early in the spring. Most biotypes are Group 2 resistant and biotypes have been found that are resistant to glyphosate and Group 4 herbicides like dicamba, and fluroxypyr.
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