Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Texasmark » Wed Aug 08, 2018 5:56 pm

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ddd75 wrote:i don't care what grows as long as they eat it.


Some kind of very wiry stemmed, close to the ground, dark green, single root for large ground covering plant with little white flowers with purple and yellow that hits here about this time of the year. Cows love it so I leave it. Doesn't interfere with spring grasses......kida like them reaching up and pruning the trees (looks nice) where they can reach.....they eat what they want.


Korean Lespideza?


Thanks, I'll www it and check it out.
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Dogs and Cows » Sat Aug 11, 2018 2:06 pm

Texasmark wrote:
Dogs and Cows wrote:
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Some kind of very wiry stemmed, close to the ground, dark green, single root for large ground covering plant with little white flowers with purple and yellow that hits here about this time of the year. Cows love it so I leave it. Doesn't interfere with spring grasses......kida like them reaching up and pruning the trees (looks nice) where they can reach.....they eat what they want.


Korean Lespideza?


Thanks, I'll www it and check it out.


Ever find out what the plant was Mark?
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Texasmark » Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:54 am

Dogs and Cows wrote:
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Korean Lespideza?


Thanks, I'll www it and check it out.


Ever find out what the plant was Mark?


Just checked it out and no sir that's not it. Thanks for the reference.
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Dogs and Cows » Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:14 pm

Texasmark wrote:
Dogs and Cows wrote:
Texasmark wrote:
Thanks, I'll www it and check it out.


Ever find out what the plant was Mark?


Just checked it out and no sir that's not it. Thanks for the reference.


Lets see a picture...I love these riddles LOL!

Tim
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby M-5 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:49 pm

Texasmark wrote:
Dogs and Cows wrote:
Texasmark wrote:
Thanks, I'll www it and check it out.


Ever find out what the plant was Mark?


Just checked it out and no sir that's not it. Thanks for the reference.

Most likely dove weed.
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Texasmark » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:34 am

M-5 wrote:
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Dogs and Cows wrote:
Ever find out what the plant was Mark?


Just checked it out and no sir that's not it. Thanks for the reference.

Most likely dove weed.


google: Doveweed is a summer annual with fleshy, creeping stems. It has parallel veins and a somewhat grass- like appearance. The leaves are alternate, narrow......

Nope. leaves are small and sorta rounded. Stems are woody, single, deep (carrot-like but ⅜" in diameter) root for a plant with a canopy of 10" give or take. Only emerges late in the summer, like now. Thanks for the hit.
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Re: Uhhhhh Johnson grass??

Postby Texasmark » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:36 am

Dogs and Cows wrote:
Texasmark wrote:
Dogs and Cows wrote:
Ever find out what the plant was Mark?


Just checked it out and no sir that's not it. Thanks for the reference.


Lets see a picture...I love these riddles LOL!

Tim


I need to picture a few other things. Might just do that.
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