Weed ID Wednesday: Vetch – June 3, 2020
Join our Livestock Agent, Kendra Fortner, on Wednesdays for our “Weed ID Wednesday” and learn about weeds we are seeing in pastures and hayfields.
- Erect herbaceous perennial, often acting as a winter annual.
- Roots are fibrous from shallow taproot, flowers are purple.
- Typically remain somewhat dormant during winter, resume growth and produce seed in the spring and die as temperatures increase in later spring and early summer.
- 2020 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual
For more information or treatment recommendations, contact:
Jackson and Swain County Livestock Agent