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Question of the Week – Palmer Amaranth

Posted by romeethredge on April 19, 2012

Palmer Amaranth is the weed that was blooming when very tiny. It’s quite adaptable and will grow differently depending on several factors.  It’s very common with short photoperiod times during late fall or very early spring for it to bloom early.

See my other post today concerning pigweed for more info.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week my question is about these birds. They are often seen swooping in wheat fields like these are.  What are they?

Later,

Rome

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One Response to “Question of the Week – Palmer Amaranth”

  1. Scott Blankenship said

    Fence row fly catchers

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