field bindweed


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Noun1.field bindweed - weakly climbing European perennial with white or pink flowersfield bindweed - weakly climbing European perennial with white or pink flowers; naturalized in North America and an invasive weed
genus Convolvulus - genus of mostly climbing or scrambling herbs and shrubs: bindweed
bindweed - any of several vines of the genera Convolvulus and Calystegia having a twining habit
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According to the results of the event, it was established that land plots are not cultivated, weeds are overgrown with weed vegetation (bitter and common wormwood, thistle thorny, creeping couch grass, sow thistle, wild chicory, field bindweed, horse sorrel, white march).
But whichever garden you have, be watchful for three cool season annual weeds that overwinter here, appear early, and can wreak havoc on any garden: Canada thistle, quack grass and field bindweed. Cutting these plants back to the soil line now will help to control their emergence in the spring.
BLAST search analysis of nucleotide sequence KT833850 revealed 95-98% sequence identity with various strains of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV) infecting Tomato (AB976527), Chilli (DQ029202), Pumpkin (JN129254), Luffa (HM989845), Poppy (KC513822), Potato (KC205270) from India and Black nightshade (AJ620187), Field bindweed (KC960492), Bitter gourd (AM747291) and Tomato (DQ116883) from Pakistan and KC207815 on Luffa from South Korea.
They use translocated herbicides during fallow periods to control troublesome perennial weeds like field bindweed.
Roncoroni noted that the pre-emergent herbicides aren't effective against field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), which has very deep rhizomes.
FIELD BINDWEED (Convolvulus arvensis): Perennial--Tough weed to control; torch young shoots with a weed flamer.
The first factor include: weeds bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon L.) and field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis L.), the second factor weed residues from different organs in four levels from the leaf, stem, roots and whole plant and the third factor was the amount of residues added to the soil, including (0 or control), 40, 60, 80 and 100 g/[m.sup.2] of weed organs.
The damp woodchip is strewn with field bindweed, the little pink and white flowers slightly battered by the rain.
Hedge and Field Bindweed Difficult to control,however with the use of the herbicide it is possible to eradicate it fairly quickly.
None of the chemicals knocked out field bindweed or little mallow, but that's been the case with methyl bromide plus chloropicrin, too."