What kind of plants are they in the foreground?

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What kind of plants are they in the foreground?

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January 3rd, 2018, 6:32 pm #1

If they are noxious neighbor disturbers I would want to control them as best I can.
Any ideas on a biodegradable way of controlling them if necessary would be appreciated.
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January 4th, 2018, 3:59 am #2

Pictures not very good but I would say those white fluffy looking things are Thistles. The yellow looks like sunflower maybe from birdseed. the tall green ones look like they are drying from lack of water maybe Lambs quarters??? Maybe something else.

Pictures not close enough for a positive ID.

Then again....the yellow could be a big dandelion like weed...I am not sure of the name off off the top of my head because of the unopened bud like to the right of the open yellow... and the fluffy seed deals could just be those flowers going to seed rather then thistles. I think its got goat in its name.  BAAAAA!~!    Quills
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January 4th, 2018, 6:07 am #3

Quillsnkiko wrote: I think its got goat in its name.  BAAAAA!~!    Quills
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January 4th, 2018, 6:23 am #4

Goats Beard or sumthin like that....Quills
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January 4th, 2018, 3:00 pm #5

Quillsnkiko wrote: Goats Beard or sumthin like that....Quills
How interesting it is to hear descriptive names like goatsbeard. 😀
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January 4th, 2018, 3:16 pm #6

Ya I am not 100% sure of that have not had time to look it up yet..I will later on today. Quills
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January 5th, 2018, 12:16 am #7

left looks like wild letuce right looks as if lambs quarters.
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January 5th, 2018, 2:24 am #8

Could be...could also be Sow Thistle...or Goats Beard. The fluffy seed  formations look too fluffy to me for wild lettuce...but they all make fluffy seed deals...that blow in the winds. I have wild lettuce all over here...darn stuff can take over an area if you don't eradicate enough of it. I also have the sow thistles and lambs-quarters... & going to have more of all of it next year as a lot of it went to seed before I got it cut down. Quills
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January 6th, 2018, 5:12 am #9

Pic is far too poor for certainty.  

Left looks to me like a Cotton plant in front of a Sow thistle. Note the brown stem on the Cotton, yet a green stem on the stalk with the yellow flowers. Yellow could be one of the other wild lettuces, though Sow thistle lept out at me from the get go.   

Right looks like a bunch of Ragweed behind another Cotton.  


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January 6th, 2018, 6:16 am #10

Did you folks see they have recently added a Like button?
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January 6th, 2018, 6:17 am #11

Cotton in Canada??
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January 6th, 2018, 4:23 pm #12

Quillsnkiko wrote: Did you folks see they have recently added a Like button?
I likely like liking so will give it a try.😉
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January 11th, 2018, 2:34 pm #13

Fuzzy seed heads certainly resembles wild lettuce.  The yellow flower resembles Hairy Hawkweed.  The wilted, multi branched tall weed is probably pig weed or another of the amaranths.
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January 12th, 2018, 3:05 pm #14

A simple treatment, if needed, is vinegar (10% up to 20%) plus some orange oil and liquid soap mixed in. Use in a hand spray bottle to spray the specific plant or small area. Household vinegar is not sufficient in strength to work. Higher strengths can be found in some garden stores. I agree the taller yellow ones look like goldenrod in bloom
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January 13th, 2018, 4:38 am #15

Hey Quest...take you pick of the weeds identified....Chuckle. Quills
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January 13th, 2018, 11:40 pm #16

Quillsnkiko wrote: Hey Quest...take you pick of the weeds identified....Chuckle. Quills
Thanks but I just ate. 😊
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January 14th, 2018, 4:35 am #17

Man with the fire, we are still looking for some better pictures. I guess it is all under snow by now.

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January 30th, 2018, 1:11 pm #18

Not 100%, but the ones to the right sure look like one or the other of the Artemisia species to me...
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January 30th, 2018, 6:09 pm #19

Chippintuff wrote: Man with the fire, we are still looking for some better pictures. I guess it is all under snow by now.

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Chippintuff those are stock pictures off a real estate website.
They are the best you are going to get.
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January 31st, 2018, 3:46 pm #20

Some of the control methods I use are to cover crop areas with sterile sorghum seed, and then plant native grasses and wildflowers into the sorghum the next planting season. You don't cut or rota till the area, just plant into the standing crop. I use dichotomous keys for all of my Iding of plants since its so hard to see so many of them in pictures (especially grasses which are my thing).

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