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UC Pest Management Guidelines


Tomato

Susceptibility of Weeds to Herbicide Control


Select weeds to display in chart:

Weeds of Tomato: | Mark all | Unmark all |

ANNUAL WEEDS: | Mark all | Unmark all |

Broadleaves: | Mark all | Unmark all |
broomrape
chickweed, common
dodders
fleabane, hairy
goosefoot, nettleleaf
groundcherries
groundsel, common
horseweed
jimsonweed
knotweed, prostrate
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
mallow, little (cheeseweed)
mustards
nettle, burning
nightshade, hairy
nightshade, black
pigweeds
purslane, common
rocket, London
shepherd's-purse
sowthistles
sweetclovers
thistle, Russian
tobacco, Indian
velvetleaf

Grasses: | Mark all | Unmark all |
barnyardgrass
canarygrasses
cereals, volunteer
crabgrass, large
lovegrasses
oat, wild

PERENNIAL WEEDS: | Mark all | Unmark all |

Seedlings: | Mark all | Unmark all |
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
johnsongrass

Established: | Mark all | Unmark all |
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
datura, sacred
johnsongrass
nutsedge, purple
nutsedge, yellow


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