Weed ID -Similar to Hoary Cress

                  I had a gentleman call into the office with potential hoary cress in his soybeans. He brought the plant in yesterday. I have attached pictures of the plant. I don’t think it is Hoary Cress but it could be potentially a few different things. Any help […]

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Plant ID please

A woman brought these leaves in to ID two plants she has, both produce yellow flowers. She has eaten what she said are artichokes from one labeled Possible Artichoke.

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Grass weed ID

Anyone know what this is? A client said that this grass is invading her entire lawn. It appears to have complete ligules with a few hairs on them and no auricle, if that helps. Thanks!  

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Plant ID

The owner said that this plant is growing near his porch in a bush-like form. It’s herbaceous with a compound flower. Thanks!

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Prickly Ash or Black Locust?

Had an individual email pictures of a bush with thorns and wants to identify and find a control option. Found in their woods in Adams County. Looking for help confirming species and for a control option. They have counted 13 +/- leaflets on one branch. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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Three Plant Identifications

We had an individual come in to our office with three different samples for plant identification from their front yard in Juneau County. The front yard is native prairie and is around 17 years old. Having difficulty in determining what each plant is and would appreciate any help. Thank you!           […]

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Water Hemlock?

Gardener transplanted ferns to  garden while landscaping. Now she thinks she has Poison Hemlock growing in garden. They roto-tilled. Concern is whether it is safe to grow vegetables now.  Soil lab advised they can’t test for it in soil.  I’m not positive it is either water or poison hemlock.  The leaves are not coriander or […]

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Unknown plant

Anyone know what this is? Is it a type of moss? It’s about 2″ tall, it’s going to seed right now so there are flat seed pods all along the stem, and it looks like the leaves are alternately branching, but it is hard to tell. There are multiple upright stems coming from a single root. […]

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