Rapistrum or Turnip Weed, has a rosette of large lobed, stalked, often bristly leaves. It is an annual to biennial plant with leafy, erect stems bearing yellow flowers usually in spring that are 10-20 mm in diameter with 4 petals and 6 stamens. The distinctive pod is 5-10 mm long has a cylindrical base with 0-2 seeds and a globular, ridged upper section with one seed and a short beak. The fruit is held close to the stem.

How to control Turnip Weed

Double Time

Double Time 20L LR

Double Time Herbicide is a broad leaf herbicide containing 340g/L MCPA and 80g/L Dicamba and is used for certain broadleaf weeds… Read More

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