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Verdict is in: The pretty ground flower is agronomic pest, Bindweed

Nick Roy writes:
The weed may possibly be field bindweed. I can't make out all the leaf characteristics but it has the general appearance. It can be difficult to control and can cause dramatic loss in yield in agronomic crops if left uncontrolled. Bindweed

This story was posted on 2015-06-04 03:08:40
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Wildflowers of Kentucky: June Evening Glory White Flower - (Bindweed)

2015-06-03 - Cane Valley Road, Cane Valley, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Anybody ID this pretty, but possibly pesky groundflower? They are growing by the roadside across Cane Valley Roard for the WGRB-Tv Tower. The photo was taken in the afternoon, if that is any help. - EW
Click Read More for Adair County Extension Agent Nick Roy's finding that agronomics, the flower, identified as Bindweed, a member of the morning glory family, is a pest.

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