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Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) is a commonly found weed of cropping areas, especially in the South Island. Bayer New Zealand Limited For Vegetables For Arable Crops For Fodder Beet Grows up to 30 cm tall and is sparsely branched. Leaves are in opposite


, auricles are absent. When in ear the short, stubby panicle (1.5 - 6 cm x 1.2 – 2.2 cm) is quite distinct and makes a good identification feature. Lesser Canary Grass Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) is commonly present in cropping areas in the South island. It is a slender annual that grows to 30 cm


Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Germinating in the spring, Cornbind (Fallopia convolvulus) is an annual with a scrambling and twining growth habit. It is problematic in cultivated crops and is common in the North Island but is very abundant in Canterbury. Bayer New Zealand Limited


Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Groundsel (Sencio vulgaris) is a commonly found annual weed throughout New Zealand. Has an upright, erect growth habit and prefers nutrient rich soils. Bayer New Zealand Limited For Vegetables For Ryegrass Seed Crops For Wheat For Fodder Beet Mature


Chickweed Chickweed Chickweed Chickweed Abundant throughout New Zealand, chickweed (Stellaria media) is a challenging annual weed in new pasture and crops. With its quick, low growing and sprawling habit (up to 40 cm), chickweed will easily choke developing crops. Chickweed favours good


Cleavers Cleavers Cleavers Cleavers Commonly called bedstraw, Cleavers (Galium aparine) is a common annual weed found in crops, gardens, hedgerows and waste places throughout New Zealand. With its scrambling growth habit, cleavers can compete and smother slow growing crops like fodder beet
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