[ UK /ɹˈæɡwiːd/ ]
[ US /ˈɹæˌɡwid/ ]
  1. any of numerous chiefly North American weedy plants constituting the genus Ambrosia that produce highly allergenic pollen responsible for much hay fever and asthma
  2. widespread European weed having yellow daisylike flowers; sometimes an obnoxious weed and toxic to cattle if consumed in quantity
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How To Use ragweed In A Sentence

  • It is wind-born pollen from plants that have inconspicuous flowers like wild grasses or ragweed that are the major causes of respiratory allergy.
  • The product is labeled for application with other corn herbicides to improve residual control of broadleaf weeds, including lambsquarters, pigweed, common ragweed, Pennsylvania smartweed, and velvetleaf.
  • A comparative study on the morphological characteristic of stem, leaf, anthotaxy and involucrum of three kinds of ragweed weed—Ambrosia Artemisiifolia L.
  • Howeer, from the regional data, we gained important insights into solutions that would minimize the risk of enrolling a large number of patients who do not hae ragweed-specific disease.
  • It may not control smartweed, giant ragweed, and fall panicum that are more than 4 to 6 inches tall.
  • Early pre-plant treatments allow producers to burndown winter annuals including henbit and mustards and early summer annuals, including giant ragweed, common sunflower and lambsquarter.
  • However, many wind pollinated flowers such as maple, oak, hickory, corn, and ragweed are visited by bees collecting pollen.
  • What we won't see until next year, and for the next five-seven years, is the result of an abundance of annual weeds, such as foxtail, mustard and ragweed. Fort Frances Times Online -
  • A mixture of glyphosate plus an herbicide will improve control of prickly lettuce, dandelion, marestail, giant and common ragweed, Pennsylvania smartweed, velvetleaf, mustard species, and other broadleaf weeds.
  • It's used to get rid of dandelions, thistles and ragweed and it kills by causing abnormal cell growth that interrupts the movement of liquids and nutrients in the plant.
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