Biology and Management
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Horseweed is an annual.
Young plants form rosette with softly toothed and hairy leaves. Mature plants produce a 2-
to 5-foot stem that is terminally branched. Numerous small white or pink flowers produced
on stem branches.
|Horseweed Mature Plant
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