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This handy identification guide to the plants that cause billions of dollars annually in crop loss and control measures include information on:

-The harm that weeds cause
-Benefits from weeds
-Major weed habitats

Accurate full-color illustrations and descriptive text identify the principal weeds and weed groups that invade lawns, gardens, fields. and roadsides. Range maps show distribution within the United States.

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ISBN: 9781466864900
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