Effective crop protection begins with the proper recognition of agriphages. Read the descriptions and study the photo gallery of weed most common in farm plantations, and plan the best protection for Your crop!
A perennial or biennial weed. It is a member of the carnation family. The common mouse-ear chickweed is practically absent from fields, however, it develops well in permanently cultivated areas, in fallow areas and by roads. It feels best in clay soils and soils containing high humidity. In addition, it likes it if the soil is rich in nutrients. The maximum height of a single plant can be approx. 40 cm. It blossoms most intensely between May and November. The flowers are white and tiny.
The common mouse-ear chickweed has a stalk covered by fine hairs that can sometimes become red. When the crop becomes heavily infested with weed, it can be difficult to eradicate it. In such a case, a spray treatment using a suitably chosen herbicide turns out to be the only reasonable solution.
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