Weed atlas

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!

Creeping buttercup (RANUNCULUS REPENS)

It is a perennial plant. The creeping buttercup is a weed that is not found in fields, but is active in permanent green areas. It is also common along roads, in fallow areas, on lawns and in ruderal areas. The height of the stalk may be up to 40 cm. Flowering period between May and September. It is characterised by yellow flowers. Noticeable are the leaves on this plant, because their shape changes with the location of growth.

The creeping buttercup is included among weed types of broad expansion ability. It produces broad tufts and has a tendency to branch out quickly. It is difficult to control if it spreads on a lawn. The control of the creeping buttercup is effected best with mechanical methods, especially digging it out together with the roots. Spraying with a properly selected product also exhibits high effectiveness.

UsageControl
Ruderal areas, unused areas Agrosar 360 SL