shepherd's purse

NOUN
  1. white-flowered annual European herb bearing triangular notched pods; nearly cosmopolitan as an introduced weed
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How To Use shepherd's purse In A Sentence

  • Weeds like pennycress, downy brome, mustards, cheatgrass, and shepherd's purse are common in first cut alfalfa.
  • I saw no shepherd's purse after December 27th, but knawel was in flower as late as January 18th. The Foot-path Way
  • Common broadleaf winter annual weeds in winter wheat include blue mustard, tansy mustard, tumble mustard, field pennycress, and shepherd's purse.
  • The seven herbs vary from region to region and also from era to era, but today they commonly consist of the leaves of dropwort, shepherd's purse, cottonweed, chickweed, henbit, turnip, and radish.
  • It controls pennycress, shepherd's purse, tansy mustard, jointed goatgrass and downy brome.
  • Shreded pork, shredded dry tofu , roughly chopped Shepherd's purse.
  • Spring vegetable is also called shepherd's purse.
  • Mother stood on the ridge, bathed in spring sunshine, warm to weave a sweater, and grandmother were immersed in the pick of life is shepherd's purse, to be filled basket relented.
  • Shreded pork, shredded dry tofu , roughly chopped Shepherd's purse.
  • I saw no shepherd's purse after December 27th, but knawel was in flower as late as January 18th.
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