Tag Archive: toxic plants

Spring is a Good Time to Scout Pastures for Toxic Weeds

Spring is a good time to walk your pastures to scout for toxic weeds. Summer pastures are just greening up, but are still short, and warm season weeds are just beginning to pop up out of the ground.  In almost every case, it is much easier to kill small weeds as young plants, than to …

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Scout Pastures for Toxic Perilla Mint this Fall

Perilla mint (perilla frutescnes) aka Beefstakeplant is a toxic weed that typically grows in shady, to partially shaded areas, damp spots, woodland edges, and  fence-lines of pastures in the Southeast. Positive identification of this weed has been made in a number of Panhandle Counties, as can be seen in the map developed by the Atlas …

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Permanent link to this article: http://nwdistrict.ifas.ufl.edu/phag/2014/09/19/scout-pastures-for-toxic-perilla-mint-this-fall/