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Field "grass" that grows over the course of a month or two. Up to 6/7ft hight. woody stalk with grass like leaves until it protrudes multiple flowering heads. (flower buds pictured). Appears in open fields and fencelines.


West central GA, poor soil.


Whatever this "weed" is has been the home to ladybug larvae and is popular with wasps and other insects.

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momsavang 2 years ago

I think you're right about the Dogfennel Robert. Sorry I missed your comment. I think I need to check my email notifications.

robert emond
robert emond 2 years ago

Looks like it could be Dogfennel or maybe Horseweed.

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Georgia, United States

Spotted on Jun 25, 2020
Submitted on Jul 3, 2020

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