### Weeds Pages

ANNUAL WEEDS |
BEN | CLE | GLY | LIN | MET* | PRO | SET |
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barley, hare | P | C | C | C | C | C | C |

barnyardgrass | C | C | C | C | C | P | C |

bluegrass, annual | C | C | C | P | C | C | N |

canarygrasses | C | C | C | C | C | C | C |

cereals | N | C | C | P | C | P | C |

chickweed, common | P | N | C | C | C | C | N |

clovers | N | N | P | N | N | P | N |

crabgrasses | C | C | C | C | C | P | C |

cudweeds | N | N | C | P | C | P | N |

fiddlenecks | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

filarees | N | N | P | C | C | C | N |

fleabane, hairy | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

foxtails | C | C | C | C | C | — | C |

goosefoot, nettleleaf | P | N | C | C | C | C | N |

groundcherries | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

groundsel, common | N | N | C | P | C | C | N |

henbit | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

horseweed | N | N | C | P | C | C | N |

knotweed, common | C | N | C | P | C | C | N |

lambsquarters, common | C | N | C | C | C | C | N |

lettuce, prickly | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

lovegrasses | C | C | C | C | C | P | — |

mallow, little (cheeseweed) | N | N | P | C | N | C | N |

morningglory, annual | N | N | C | P | P | C | N |

mustards | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

nettles | P | N | N | C | C | C | N |

nightshade, black | N | N | C | P | C | C | N |

nightshade, hairy | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

oat, wild | N | C | C | C | C | C | C |

panicum, fall | C | — | C | C | C | — | — |

pigweeds | C | N | C | C | P | C | N |

puncturevine | N | N | C | C | C | P | N |

purslane, common | C | N | C | C | C | C | N |

radish, wild | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

rocket, london | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

ryegrasses | P | C | C | N | C | P | C |

shepherd's-purse | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

sowthistles | N | N | C | P | C | C | N |

sunflowers | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

thistle, russian | N | N | C | P | C | P | N |

PERENNIAL WEEDS |
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bermudagrass (established) | N | P | C | N | P | N | P |

bermudagrass (seedling) | C | C | C | N | C | P | C |

bindweed, field (established) | N | N | P | N | P | N | N |

bindweed, field (seedling) | N | N | C | N | P | P | N |

docks (established) | N | N | P | N | C | N | N |

docks (seedling) | N | N | C | C | C | C | N |

johnsongrass (established) | N | C | C | N | P | N | C |

johnsongrass (seedling) | C | C | C | N | C | N | C |

nutsedge, purple | N | N | P | N | P | N | N |

nutsedge, yellow | N | N | P | P | P | N | N |

C | = control | P | = partial control | N | = no control | — | = no information |

BEN = bensulide (Prefar) | MET = metam sodium* (Vapam, etc.) |

CLE = clethodim (Clethodim 2E) | PRO = prometryn (Caparol 4L) |

GLY = glyphosate (Roundup) | SET = sethoxydim (Poast) |

LIN = linuron (Lorox DF) |

* Permit required from county agricultural commissioner for purchase or use. |

**UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Cilantro and Parsley
UC ANR Publication 3476**

R.F. Smith, UC Cooperative Extension Monterey County

O. Daugovish, UC Cooperative Extension Ventura County