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Leafy spurge is difficult to control because it can grow in many different environments. If you have fought leafy spurge, you already know it is one of the most difficult invasive weeds to control.

Leafy Spurge(8.5x11) 20668

introduction Leafy Spurge If you've had any experience with leafy spurge, you already know it's a pretty tough customer. A native of Europe and Asia, leafy spurge emerges early in the spring and gets a head start on other vegetation in a race for space, sunl ight, nutrients and water.

Leafy Spurge

L eafy spurge is an invasive weed that infests over three million acres in the northern Great Plains and the prairie provinces of Canada. It is commonly found in rangelands, pastures, roadsides, rights-of-way, and woodlands (Figure 1).

Neighborhood Watch

Myrtle spurge has been found in many neighborhoods. Public land agencies are removing myrtle spurge from their properties and require you to do the same.

Spotted Spurge rev 7445 1/02

P EST N OT ES Publication 7445 University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Revised January 2002 S POTTED S PURGE Integrated Pest Management for Landscape Professionals, Citrus Growers, the Container-grown Ornamental Industry, and Home Gardeners Spotted spurge, Euphorbia ( =Chamae ...

Spurge, Spotted (Prostrate Spurge)

Spurge, Spotted (Prostrate Spurge) [ Chamaesyce maculata (L.) Small ] DESCRIPTION Spotted spurge is a summer annual with a taproot; it has an open and prostrate mat-forming growth habit.

Leafy Spurge Control Using Flea Beetles

L eafy spurge is an exotic perennial weed that causes an estimated annual economic loss of $23.2 million in North Dakota. Although leafy spurge can be successfully controlled with herbicides, treating large acreages is not cost-effective.

Spotted spurge

Spotted spurge Chamaesyce maculata (L.) Small (Chamaesyce supina (Raf.) Moldenke, Euphorbia maculata L., Euphorbia supina Raf. ex Boiss.) Euphorbiaceae (Spurge family) Origin: Eastern U.S. Location: gardens, pavement cracks, driveways, roadsides, turf, cropland, nurseries, and waste areas ...

Cypress spurge Euphorbia cyparissias L.

212 Appendix 4: Profiles of Colorado State-Listed Noxious Weeds Cypress spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) Keys to Identification: • Stem leaves are narrow and dark-green.

Cypress Spurge Euphorbia cyparissias L.

Weed of the Week Produced by the USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Staff, Newtown Square, PA. WOW 01-29-06 Invasive Plants website: http://www.na.fs.fed.us/fhp/invasive_plants Cypress Spurge Euphorbia cyparissias L. Common Name : cypress spurge, graveyard spurge ...