carpetweed


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Related to carpetweed: purslane, crabgrass, Mollugo verticillata
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carpetweed

carpetweed

Grows almost everywhere. The whole plant is edible. Said to raise levels of nitric oxide, which lowers blood pressure and is great for bodybuilding and sexual power. Low growing, 1-2 feet across, like a circular mat. Leaves smooth to the touch, usually narrow and whorled 3-8 around same point on stem. Flowers white or greenish-white.
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Most abundant were the grass green foxtail, Setaria glaucus, frost aster, Aster pilosus, and carpetweed, Mollugo verticellata (Voss 1985).
Females were observed ovipositing from 1100 to 1430 during the day on carpetweed, Mollugo verticellata.
CONTROLLABLE BROADLEAF WEEDS -- Dandelion -- Black medic -- Broadleaf plantain -- Chicory -- Narrowleaf (buckhorn) plantain -- Carpetweed -- Common chickweed -- Curly dock -- Mouse-ear (hairy) chickweed -- Clover -- Others: -- Yellow rocket Recommendations: (herbicide to use, best time to apply, it shouldn't rain for 24 hours after application, etc.) 11.
Otherwise known as: Carpetweed, Sicklewort, Blue Bugle
Mollugo verticillata L.: (*,+); Carpetweed; infrequent; disturbed areas and cindery area; BSUH 10679, 11409.
Purslane, carpetweeds and spotted spurge are making their appearance.