Question of the Week: Field Pansy

Last week the question was:  What is this weed?

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This is a field pansy.  This is a winter annual weed that we see in fields some.  It’s generally not very concerning and it does have an attractive small flower.  It doesn’t seem to be as prolific at other broadleaf winter weeds like henbit, red sorrel, or wild radish.  Here is a good page with more information about field pansy.

 

Here is this week’s question:  What are these flowers in this little pecan grove?

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One Response to Question of the Week: Field Pansy

  1. Miracle L Lewis says:

    Daffodils? Is that pecan grove in Conway?!

    MIRACLE LEWIS CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

    Cooperative Extension

    4-H Agent

    1949 Industrial Park Rd.
    Conway, SC 29526
    843.365.6715
    Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.

    From: Pee Dee Ag News
    Reply-To: Pee Dee Ag News
    Date: Friday, February 24, 2017 at 1:52 PM
    To: Miracle L Lewis
    Subject: [New post] Question of the Week: Field Pansy

    Justin Ballew posted: “Last week the question was: What is this weed? This is a field pansy. This is a winter annual weed that we see in fields some. It’s generally not very concerning and it does have an attractive small flower. It doesn’t seem to be as prolific at othe”

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