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Herbicide resistance can work in many different ways; take glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri), or pigweed, for example.
Peppers + Pigweed Leafminers preferred both pigweed and ragweed to pepper plants in a study at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia.
For five decades, dicamba was used to kill pests such as pigweed at the beginning of the soybean and cotton planting season.
Spiked in the middle of those 17 years of mediocre-to-terrible baseball, 1993 stands out like a single sunflower in an acre of pigweed.
Red root pigweed can be cooked by itself or with other greens.
One red root pigweed plant can produce 100,000 seeds that can continue to germinate over the next 15 to 20 years.
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