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Dandelion season is here! Dandelions are a widely-distributed perennial weed with leaves that grow flat on the ground atop a long perennial taproot. They grow best in sun-drenched, thin lawns, and can tolerate dense, hard soil but not a lot of foot traffic. Dandelions bloom in both spring and fall — the spring is the heavier of the two blooms — when days are less than 12 hours long.
Dandelions are actually controlled quite easily with the use of a broadleaf herbicide applied by your local Weed Man professional. Discers are often ineffective in well-established stands.
The Dandelion's pallid tube
Dandelion invasion of alfalfa does not cause thinning of established stands. Stands are thinned by other factors such as winter-kill. Thus, it is important to maintain a vigorous stand through proper fertilization, cutting, and other control measures. Dandelion leaves have fairly good forage quality and their presence in the forage, especially when harvested as silage, does not significantly reduce the feeding value of the crop.
Dandelions are often a problem in over-grazed pastures and turf because the weed thrives in conditions of close cropping or mowing.
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A good fertility program in forages will encourage crop competition that reduces dandelion problems. Herbicides are available for control of dandelion seedlings in cereal crops.
Established dandelions can be controlled with glyphosate applied pre-seeding or post-harvest, but pre-harvest treatments are the most effective. There are no herbicides registered for control in alfalfa. Despite the efforts of many to rid their lawns of them today, in the past the dandelion was held in much higher regard and recognized for its medicinal, aesthetic, and nutritive benefits. Leaves and Flowers: Dandelions grow very close to the ground, with the rosettes of leaves growing directly from the top of the root.
A Winter Dandelion
Dandelion flower heads, 1 to 2 inches in diameter, are composed of hundreds of individual ray-shaped flowers clustered together. Flowers grow on hollow stalks that can range from 2 to 24 inches tall.
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Fruit: Flowers develop into seed heads.