Awl-aster, Subulate-bracted Aster
Life cycle: Perennial
Growth Habit: Clump forming
Leaf Margin: Entire
Leaf Hairs: Hairy
Leaf Structure: Lanceolate at the base, liner to lanceolate at the midstem, bract like on upper most stems
Leaf Arrangement: Clumped
Root Type: Wood stem at the soil surface with fibrous roots at the base
Flower Color: White ray flowers on a broad branching panicle
- Fleabane species Erigeron spp.
- Horseweed or New England Aster, Aster naovaeanglieaL., ASTNA
Herbicidal Control Options
- Preemergence: Pendimethalin, Prodiamine, Dithiopyr
- Post Emergence: 2,4-D; Dicamba, MCPP, Triclopyr, Clopyralid
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