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Groundsel

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Groundsel Groundsel Groundsel Groundsel Groundsel (Sencio vulgaris) is a commonly found annual weed throughout New Zealand. Has an upright, erect growth habit and prefers nutrient rich soils. Groundsel

Weeds

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to 45 cm when flowering.  It is often confused with dandelion but is distinctive in having multiple, branched flower stems. Hawkesbeard Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) is an annual weed, found throughout New Zealand. It is a common weed in arable and horticultural crops, gardens and waste

Betanal Forte

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not apply if air temperatures are likely to exceed 29oC on the day of spraying. Herbicide activity will also be slowed down in cool weather. Betanal Forte readily controls seedling stages of: chickweed, fathen, fumitory, groundsel, redroot, shepherd’s purse, spurrey, nettle and twin cress. Black

Field Pansy

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Beet Young plants grow as rosettes with stems close to the ground. Leaves are oval with long stalks and sparsely toothed. As plants mature, leafy stems grow upwards to 30 cm high. Yellow to cream flowers are produced on long stalks. COTYLEDONS: Apex rounded, base rounded Short-stalked LEAVES

Fathen

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rounded and stalked LEAVES: Oval to egg shaped Sugar-like crystals on new leaves

Nettle

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on the stem and covered in stinging bristles. Inconspicuous green flowers arise from leaf axils. COTYLEDONS: Round with slightly notched apex Base rounded Shortly stalked LEAVES: Oval Strongly toothed with stinging prickles

Chickweed

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seeds. COTYLEDONS: Light green Apex pointed Base rounded, stalked LEAVES: Opposite in pairs Ovate with pointed tip

Cleavers

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Base rounded Short-stalked LEAVES: Lanceolate, broad in front, tapered at the base Whorled

Getting the best out of your beet crop

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Beet Solutions Bayer New Zealand Limited Attention to detail and planning are vital to grow a successful beet crop. Key management practices include – Resources Most farmers will require contractors with specialized equipment to complete groundwork, plant and spray the crop. Ensure
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