Agricultural pest management

Weed Photo Gallery,
with common and scientific names

(Reviewed 1/07, updated 1/07)

In this Guideline: More about weeds in artichoke:

Common names link to pages with weed descriptions and photos, up to 100K, often showing several stages of development.

Common Name Scientific Name
barley, foxtail Hordeum jubatum
bermudagrass Cynodon dactylon
bindweed, field Convolvulus arvensis
bluegrass, annual Poa annua
chickweed, common Stellaria media
goosefoot, nettleleaf Chenopodium murale
groundsel, common Senecio vulgaris
henbit Lamium amplexicaule
knotweed, common Polygonum arenastrum
lambsquarters, common Chenopodium album
lettuce, wild Lactuca spp.
mallow, little (cheeseweed) Malva parviflora
mustard, black Brassica nigra
nettles Urtica urens
nightshade, hairy Solanum sarrachoides
nutsedges Cyperus spp.
oat, wild Avena fatua
oxalis, buttercup Oxalis pes-caprae
pigweeds Amaranthus spp.
pineapple-weed Chamomilla suaveolens
ryegrass, Italian Lolium multiflorum
shepherd's-purse Capsella bursa-pastoris
sowthistles Sonchus spp.
swinecress Coronopus didymus


[UC Peer Reviewed]

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Artichoke
UC ANR Publication 3434


R. F. Smith, UC Cooperative Extension, Monterey County
S. A. Fennimore, Vegetable Crops/Weed Science, UC Davis
M. A. Bari, Artichoke Research Association, Salinas

Acknowledgment for contributions to Weeds:
D. W. Cudney, Botany, UC Riverside
W. L. Schrader, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County
B. J. Mullen, UC Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County

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