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Black Medic

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It is a dark green annual with spreading square stems which do not root at the nodes. The only way it reproduces is by seed. Black medic also has three leaflets and is often confused with clover but black medic does not have a white V mark in the center of each leaflet. Bright yellow flowers cluster and as each flower matures it forms a black seedpod containing a single seed.

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Curly Dock

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Curly dock weed is a perennial weed that is a member of the buckwheat family. It has a characteristic jointed stems, a membranous sheath at the leaf base, and usually swollen nodes. Mature curly dock weeds have stout stems and can grow between 2 to 5 feet (0.6 to 1.5 m) tall. Curly dock weed usually grows in wet areas such as those caused by overwatering or those in low areas with standing water. They are found in weed pastures, hay fields, forages, landscapes, and some agronomic crops.

Flowers of the curly dock weed come out in clusters on the upper portion of the elongating stem, consisting of greenish sepals that become reddish-brown with age.

 

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Speedwell

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There are several types of speedwell, all characterized by small, lobed, and numerous leaves, and by tiny white or purple flowers. The scallop-edged leaves are paired, growing opposite each other. Heart-shaped seed pods grow on the stems below the flowers

Speedwells are among the earliest of lawn weeds to appear, greening up as early as late winter. Most are characterized by creeping stems that root at the nodes. Some show an erect growth habit as they mature. They all thrive in cool, moist soils where turf has thinned.

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