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Weed Control in Greenhouses B 1246

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Mark Czarnota, Extension Horticulturist

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Weed control in greenhouses is of vital importance to keep your plants saleable and free from insects, bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma and, of course, weeds. Many people neglect to realize the importance of controlling weeds in and around the greenhouse. As well as being unsightly, weeds can harbor insects when no other plants are available in the greenhouse. They can also harbor diseases such as viruses, bacteria and mycoplasma that can be transferred to desirable greenhouse plants.

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