Identifying Palmer Amaranth in The Field





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Published on Jul 17, 2013

This video was shot near Twelve Mile, IN (Cass County) on July 11, at a field heavily infested with Palmer Amaranth. This location allowed us to capture the various growth stages and identifying characteristics of this very aggressive weed. We encourage you to view this video in order to distinguish Palmer from other pigweed species, especially common water hemp. If you think you have found an infestation of Palmer Amaranth in Indiana, take multiple, in-focus, photos of the plant's characteristics outlined in this video along with location information and email to Bill Johnson (wgj@purdue.edu) or Travis Legleiter (tlegleit@purdue.edu). This will help us assess and share the extent of this weed's presence in the state.

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