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Jimsonweed vs. Buffalobur

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Jimsonweed

(Datura stramonium)

Jimsonweed plant in a pot with arrows pointing to a cotyledon (one of the first leaves to appear from a germinating seed) and the first true leaf, which is entire and has a foul smell. Jimsonweed seeds next to a dime for size comparison. The seeds are dark brown and round.

VS

Buffalobur

(Solanum rostratum)

Buffalobur plant in a pot with arrows pointing to a cotyledon and the first true leaf, which is lobed and has no smell. Buffalobur seeds are dark brown and slightly smaller than jimsonweed seeds.

Remember:

One weed seed is enough to start an infestation.

Publication 3651 (POD-06-21)

By Taghi Bararpour, PhD, Assistant Extension/Research Professor, and Jason Bond, PhD, Extension/Research Professor, Delta Research and Extension Center.

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