Recent Examples on the WebThe common name for pennycress is stinkweed, a moniker that both presents a bit of a public relations issue and belies some of the plant’s important qualities.
Stephanie Hanes, The Christian Science Monitor, 3 June 2021 Rajit, who has his own idea, involving stinkweed, for improving the local rice crop, quickly becomes suspicious of Rice 9.
Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, 6 Feb. 2018 Camp shifted on Thursday from the river to studies of local plants: birch and willow, yarrow and Arctic cotton, fireweed and stinkweed.
Lisa Demer, Alaska Dispatch News, 21 July 2017
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