horsenettle


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horse·net·tle

or horse nettle  (hôrs′nĕt′l)
n.
A poisonous North American plant (Solanum carolinense) in the nightshade family, having prickly stems, white to purple star-shaped flowers, and yellow berries.
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Mugwort and horsenettle are always prepared to fill in any open space.
The other species in the study, Carolina Horsenettle, Canada Thistle and Kentucky Bluegrass, showed no effects from visitation.
horsenettle * 2 140 0 0 Section Persicariae Bahama Solanum bahamense nightshade 2 120 0 0 Solanum torvum Sw.
were common weedy grasses, and horsenettle (Solanum carolinense L.
As part of an ongoing investigation into the evolution and maintenance of andromonoecy in horsenettle we conducted a field investigation that addressed the following questions:
Globodera tabacum virginiae occurs in Virginia (Miller and Gray, 1972) and North Carolina (Johnson, 1998) and primarily parasitizes common horsenettle (Solanum carolinense L.