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Hypochoeris radicata
( Catsear Dandelion )

H. radicata is perennial weed with yellow upright flowers that resemble dandelions. Growth emerges from a basal rosette of dense, hairy leaves. Edges of leaves are toothed and slightly pointed. Flower stalks grow in groups of two to seven. When stems or flower stalks are broken, a milky juice is expelled. Seed reproduction. Appears in the U.S. from New Jersey to Florida, and west to Mississippi.
Important Info : Appears in the U.S. from New Jersey to Florida, and west to Mississippi.


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Characteristics
Cultivar:n/a  
Family:Compositae  
Size:Height: 0 ft. to 0 ft.
Width: 0 ft. to 0 ft.  
Plant Category:perennials, turf grasses,  
Plant Characteristics:low maintenance, spreading,  
Foliage Characteristics: 
Foliage Color:green,  
Flower Characteristics: 
Flower Color:yellows,  
Tolerances: 
Requirements
Bloomtime Range:not applicable  
USDA Hardiness Zone:5 to 10  
AHS Heat Zone:6 to 10  
Light Range:Any  
pH Range:Not defined for this plant  
Soil Range:Any  
Water Range:Any  

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Weeds : Preventing Weeds and Grass

Weeds rob your plants of water, nutrients and light. They can harbor pests and diseases. Before planting, remove weeds either by hand or by spraying an herbicide according to label directions. Another alternative is to lay plastic over the area for a couple of months to kill grass and weeds.

You may apply a pre-emergent herbicide prior to planting, but be sure that it is labeled for the plants you are wishing to grow. Existing beds may be spot sprayed with a nonselective herbicide, but be careful to shield those plants you do not want to kill. Non-selective means that it will kill everything it comes in contact with.

Mulch plants with a 3 inch layer of pinestraw, pulverized bark, or compost. Mulch conserves moisture, keeps weeds down, and makes it easier to pull when necessary.

Porous landscape or open weave fabric works too, allowing air and water to be exchanged.

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