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Implications of Seedbanks on Weed Management

Iowa State University Weed Science 1 www.weeds.iastate.edu/mgmt/2009/equisetum.pdf I OWA S TATE U NIVERSITY Weed Science University Extension Department of Agronomy Equisetum: Biology and Management Horsetails are members of the genus Equisetum , the only ...

Horsetail Equisetum

222 N Havana Spokane WA 99202 (509) 477-2181 http://spokane-county.wsu. edu/spokane/eastside/ mastergardener@spokanecounty.org Horsetail Equisetum This perennial plant belongs to the Equisetaceae, Equisetum or horsetail family.


737 Int. J. Plant Sci. 164(5):737-751.2003. 2003 byTheUniversity of Chicago. All rights reserved. 1058-5893/2003/16405-0008$15.00 PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AND EVOLUTION OF EXTANT HORSETAILS, EQUISETUM , BASED ON CHLOROPLASTDNA SEQUENCE DATA ( rbcL AND trnL-F ) DavidL.

Weeds: Horsetail: Equisetum spp

Photo by: R. Parker Use IPM (Integrated Pest Management) for most successful weed management. Weeds: Horsetail: Equisetum spp. Family: Equisetaceae Cycle: Perennial Plant Type: Other Biology Description: Field horsetail (Equisetum arvense) grows from a perennial, creeping root system.

Equisetum control

Equisetum control Authors Robert J. Richardson and Bernard H. Zandstra, MSU Dept. of Horticulture Funding Project GREEEN, MNLA Significance Equisetum (horsetail) is a very difficult to control weed in nursery and landscape settings.

Equisetum **-**Scouring*Rushes*and*Horsetails

Equisetum **-**Scouring*Rushes*and*Horsetails * The*jointed*nature*of*the*stems*readily*distinguish*members*of*the*genus*Equisetum*from*other*plants.*The*key*below*will*allow*you* to*distinguish*among*the*7*forms* (species*and*hybrids)*found*in*the*Boquet*Watershed.*The*key*appears*complex,*but ...

The Development of the Sporangium of Equisetum Hyemale

The Ohio Naturalist. [Vol. VII, No. 6, THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPORANGIUM OF EQUISETUM HYEMALE.* LON A HAWKINS. The sporangium of Equisetum has been the subject of considerable study.

Questions regarding the control of Equisetum spp

SCOURINGRUSH CONTROL WITH HERBICIDES. Kirk A. Howatt, Associate Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 58105-5051.

Applied BIODYNAMICS - Winter, 2009–2010 Newsletter of the ...

Applied BIODYNAMICS Winter, 2009–2010 Newsletter of the Josephine Porter Institute • Woolwine,Virginia Issue No. 67 © Equisetum arvense (Horsetail) prefers moist areas such as stream banks, bogs and marsh lands with partial to full sun.

Toxicity of Equisetum to Horses

Bringing the Resources of the World to Rural Ontario ORDER NO. 07-037 JULY 2007 AGDEX 460/666 TOXICITY OF EQUISETUM TO HORSES A. Bebbington and B. Wright Figure 1.