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!

Fringed willowherb (EPILOBIUM CILIATUM)

The fringed willowherb can be a lot of trouble for farmers. It is a perennial plant, much more rarely a biennial or annual plant. It has distinctive elongated leaves with glands along the edges. Noticeable are also the lilac-pink flowers. It is found very rarely in fields – basically, it is absent from fields. However, it can be seen in fallow areas, in tree and fruit shrub orchards.

The fringed willowherb is at home both on dry as well as humid soil. It is a weed that is difficult to control, and highly resistant to chemical products. This causes its elimination from orchards to become a challenge. Experts recommend using a high dose of herbicides that need to be picked appropriately. Generous spraying may be necessary in such a case, however, one must keep in mind that they might need to repeat it.