Identification Guide for Weeds in Cranberries
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This guide unites high-quality photographs with detailed text descriptions for 144 weeds commonly found throughout the North American cranberry growing regions. It contains nearly 1,000 photographs that illustrate botanical characteristics of weed species at different stages of development, highlighting distinctive morphological traits. Descriptions of similar species are provided and habitat preferences are described, along with suggested nonchemical management methods to prevent early establishment and expansion. A feature key helps to narrow down the identity of an unknown plant to a few possible species, whereas priority ratings gauge the impact of each weed and its potential to colonize and reproduce. Proper weed identification with this easy-to-use guide will encourage the use of integrated weed management (IWM) strategies for those working in cranberries, low-bush blueberries, or other wetlands environments.

Also available in printed version.

This guide is the translation and adaptation of "Guide d’identification des mauvaises herbes de la canneberge"
 

 
Introduction
  Weeds as they relate to cranberry production
Plant classifications
Weed management in cranberry production
How to use this guide
 
Annual broadleaf herbaceous plants
  Characteristics of Broadleaf Plants (Dicots)
Annual ragweed
Nodding beggartick
Devil's beggartick
American burnweed
Marsh cudweed
Jewelweed
Corn spurry
Lambsquarters
Oakleaf goosefoot
Orangegrass
Garden vetch
Green carpetweed
Marshpepper knotweed
Curlytop knotweed
Spotted ladysthumb
Arrowleaf tearthumb
Green smartweed
 
Biennial or perennial broadleaf herbaceous plants
  Broadleaf arrowhead
Spreading dogbane
Bristly sarsaparilla
Common milkweed
Common yarrow
Western pearly everlasting
White panicle aster
Parasol whitetop
Canadian horseweed
Common boneset
Spotted joe pye weed
Orange hawkweed
Hairy cat's ear
Fall dandelion
Flat-top goldentop
Canada goldenrod
Common dandelion
Coltsfoot
Hairy bittercress
Bog yellowcress
Indian tobacco
Red sandspurry
Grass-like starwort
Northern St. Johnswort
Lesser Canadian
St. Johnswort
Pale St. Johnswort
Large St. Johnswort
Dwarf St. Johnswort
Common St. Johnswort
Fraser's marsh
St. Johnswort
Hedge false bindweed
Ditch stonecrop
Bird's-foot trefoil
Sweetclover
Golden clover
White clover
Bird vetch
American water horehound
Northern bugleweed
Purple loosestrife
Fireweed
Fringed willowherb
Bog willowherb
Little evening primrose
Common yellow oxalis
Common plantain
Common sheep sorrel
Curly dock
Earth loosestrife
Virginia strawberry
Silverweed cinquefoil
Norwegian cinquefoil
Common cinquefoil
Canadian burnet
Common marsh bedstraw
Canada toadflax
Butter and eggs
Bog white violet
 
Woody and suffrutescent plants
  Red maple
Paper birch
Grey birch
Coastal sweetpepperbush
Leatherleaf
Sheep laurel
Bog laurel
Black chokeberry
Allegheny blackberry
Bristly dewberry
American red raspberry
White meadowsweet
Steeplebush
Balsam poplar
Eastern cottonwood
Quaking aspen
Bebb willow
Pussy willow
Balsam willowAmerican red raspberry
 
Grasses, sedges, rushes, and other monocots
  Characteristics of Monocots
Plant classifications
Weed management in cranberry production
How to use this guide
Annual grasses
Smooth crabgrass
Hairy crabgrass
Barnyardgrass
Witchgrass
Fall panicgrass
Yellow foxtail
Perennial grasses
Redtop
Rough bentgrass
Broomsedge bluestem
Bluejoint
Poverty oatgrass
Quackgrass
Rattlesnake mannagrass
Rice cutgrass
Wirestem muhly
Western panicgrass
Common reed
Annual bluegrass
Fowl bluegrass
Kentucky bluegrass
Carex spp.
Silvery sedge
Creeping sedge
Crawford's sedge
Fewseed sedge
Broom sedge
Little green sedge

 
French edition created by
Romain Néron, agronomist-botanist, ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ),
Jean-Pierre Deland, agronomist, Club environnemental et technique atocas Québec (CETAQ),
Isabelle Drolet, agronomist (CETAQ), and Jacques Painchaud, agronomist (MAPAQ)
In collaboration with Sam Chauvette, agronomist, Centre d'expertise et de transfert en agriculture biologique et de proximité (CETAB)

Translated and edited by
Hilary Sandler, Extension Assistant Professor, Weeds/IPM, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Cranberry Station, Project Leader
Leo Dalbec, Translator/Cranberry Grower, Rochester, MA
Katherine Ghantous, Research Associate, Weeds/IPM, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Cranberry Station

Scientific review
Review of the weeds published in the French guide
Michelle Garneau, botanist, Herbier Louis-Marie, Université Laval
Caroline Turcotte, agronomist, Direction régionale de l’Estrie, MAPAQ

Additional botanical information for the English translation was provided by the editors and reviewed by:
Carolyn DeMoranville, Extension Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Cranberry Station

Graphics and layout
Jérôme Harrisson-Gauvin, jeromehg.com
Nathalie Nadeau, graphic designer, CRAAQ

Financial partners
The French guide Guide d’identification des mauvaises herbes de la canneberge was made possible with the support of the ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec and the financial grant of the Programme de soutien au développement de l’agriculture biologique.

The translation of Guide d’identification des mauvaises herbes de la canneberge and publication of this guide was supported, in part, with funding from the Northeastern IPM Center (NortheastIPM.org) and the generous donations of the American Cranberry Growers Association, British Columbia Cranberry Marketing Commission, Massachusetts Cranberry Research Foundation, New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries, Newfoundland Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture, Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry, and University of Massachusetts Extension.
 


Détails

Titre : Identification Guide for Weeds in Cranberries
Code du produit : PPTF0117-PDF
Année : 2015
Pages/Durée : 239 pages
ISBN : 9782764904909
Type : Document électronique
Thème(s) : English - Numériques
Mot(s) clé(s) : Feuilles larges annuelles - Feuilles larges vivaces - Graminées annuelles - Graminées vivaces - Implantation - Mécanique - Plantation - Principes de base - Végétaux ligneux - Canneberge


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