annual plant

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annual plant

[′an·yə·wəl ′plant]
(botany)
A plant that completes its growth in one growing season and therefore must be planted annually.

annual plant

annual rings
A plant whose life cycle is completed in a single growing season.
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Winter annuals sow their seed in the spring, then die.
What makes stinkwort's life cycle rather unusual is that it matures much later in the season than most annuals, even other late-season winter annuals (fig.
Just last year, we expanded the Authority line of herbicides for soybeans to include Authority XL, which offers best-in-class pre-emerge and burndown chemistries to control a broad spectrum of summer and winter annuals.
Annual ryegrass can be an excellent forage for a year-round grass fed beef program since it has a longer productive growing season than other winter annuals (like cereal grains or cereal rye) and is more nutritionally balanced.
Both Enlite(TM) and Envive(TM) herbicides provide contact plus residual control of winter annuals, marestail, lambsquarters, dandelion and other glyphosate- and ALS-resistant weeds.
Feed annuals Zones 7-9, 14-17: Even in cool weather, winter annuals need nutrients for root development.
Every El Nino, you get a lot of winter rain, and the land is covered with a 'green-up' of winter annuals that make up the spring desert wildflower display.
With the exception of the few winter annuals, vegetables and native plants, just about everything can be planted now.
Robert Davie of Robert Davie and Associates says January is an especially rewarding time to plant winter annuals if you never got around to it in the fall.
Creating your own strain by selection is not that difficult but many people treat polyanthus as winter annuals, discarding them after flowering.
When topsoil containing seeds was collected from the Colorado Desert, spread on washed sand in flats, and kept in day and night temperatures of 18 [degrees] C and 8-13 [degrees] C, respectively, winter annuals germinated.
Winter annuals Late in the month, as days begin to cool, plant cool-season annuals such as calendula, Iceland and Shirley poppies, pansies, snapdragon, stock, sweet peas, and violas.