Topic: Weeds

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Centaurea solstitialis

Common Name: Barnaby'S Thistle, Yellow Knapweed

Family: Asteraceae

Type: Weeds

Sun: Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day)

Soil: Acid (<6.0)

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Ranunculus acris

Common Name: Burwort, Butter Cress

Family: Ranunculaceae

Type: Weeds

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Poa annua

Common Name: Annual Blue, Annual Bluegrass

Family: Poaceae

Type: Weeds

Sun: Partial Shade (Direct sunlight only part of the day, 2-6 hours)

Soil: Acid (<6.0)

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Sonchus asper

Common Name: Prickly Sowthistle, Spiney Sowthistle

Family: Asteraceae

Type: Weeds

Sun: Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day)

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Eleusine indica

Common Name: Goosegrass, Wiregrass

Family: Poaceae

Type: Weeds

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Frequently asked questions about Weeds

What are some examples of Weeds?

Commonly found Weeds include Barnaby'S Thistle, Burwort, Annual Blue, Prickly Sowthistle.

What conditions do Weeds grow best in?

There are many different types of Weeds. Barnaby'S Thistle grows best in full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day) and acid (<6.0) soil. Burwort often grow best with plenty of sun exposure and can typically survive long periods of drought and low moisture soil. Annual Blue grows best in partial shade (direct sunlight only part of the day, 2-6 hours) and acid (<6.0) soil. Goosegrass often grow best with plenty of sun exposure and can typically survive long periods of drought and low moisture soil.