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n.1.(Bot.) Purslane.
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Influence of glyphosate timing and row width on palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) and pusley (Richardia spp.
Also evaluated were several common weeds: creeping indigo, Indigofera spicata (Fabaceae); livid amaranth, Amaranthus blitum (Amaranthaceae); pokeweed, Phytolacca americana (Phytolaccaceae); American sicklepod, Senna obtusifolia (Fabaceae);wild poinsettia, Poinsettia heterophylla (Euphorbiaceae); white clover, Trifolium repens (Fabaceae); Old World diamond flower, Hedyotis corymbosa (Rubiaceae); Brazilian pusley, Richardia brasiliensis (Rubiaceae); and common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia (Asteraceae).
Wild herbs such as hedge mustard, pusley, malva and rumlex , as well as other herbs such as oregano, thyme and sage; aromatic spices including turmeric, cardamom, natural Arabic gum, and vegetables such as aubergines, okra and zucchini, are some of the most common ingredients in Jordanian dishes.
Craig Pusley, a Marine who wore a uniform that showed he was a sergeant, said he didn't lie to a Modesto Bee reporter who interviewed him after learning he stood guard outside Hughson Elementary School.
Broadleaf weeds include purslane, betony, pusley, pennywort (dollarweed), oxalis, and spurge.
Plants tested were: 1, hophornbeam; 2, magnolia; 3, basswood; 4, American plum; 5, sweetgum; 6, pignut hickory; 7, live oak; 8, cherry laurel; 9, crinum; 10, daylily; 11, amaryllis; 12, Mexican petunia; 13, snapdragon; 14, pansy; 15, lily of the Nile; 16, canna; 17, society garlic; 18, African iris; 19, walking iris; 20, giant apostle's iris; 21, bush daisy; 22, tropical sage; 23, tread softly; 24, painted leaf; 25, Florida pusley.