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Redroot Pigweed
Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus retroflexus


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Amaranthaceae Family

Amaranthus Genus

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General Information

The Redroot Pigweed is a type of Amaranth, that creates thousands of little black seeds. These seeds are edible, but the hard seed casing isn't very easy to cook with, as there is more undigestible seed coat then there is food material.

Pigweed is very hardy plant that can grow in poor soil conditions. It is easy to pull out, but should be done before it goes to seed.
This pest causes problems by:
It is unwanted. It takes up too much space. It's toxic to livestock.
How to get rid of it:
Mulch, Pulling by hand...



Redroot Pigweed - Weed
Redroot Pigweed - Pests - MrFlores



Redroot Pigweed -Weeds
Redroot Pigweed - Pests - MrFlores

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