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!

Finger speedwell (VERONICA TRIPHYLLOS)

Blossoms between march and may, reaching up to 15 cm in height. The finger speedwell is an annual winter or summer plant. The stem is long, erect or spread out on the ground. In the flowering period noticeable are dark-blue flowers in quite loose bunches. The finger speedwell is most commonly seen among winter types of cereals, in fallow areas as well in ruderal and roadside areas. It develops well on soils that lose humidity quickly, using clay as well as sandy soils equally well.

The finger speedwell is a common weed, and is found across all of Poland irrespective of the landscape. It is not included among weed types that are particularly dangerous and expansive, however, it can be found in higher volumes and in such cases, it can be a burden to the crop. In such a case, spray treatments using herbicidal products can be effective to remove the pest.