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hillsdown

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Two different ones.



Thank you.
 

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LOL, GA.... This is not a quiz, I really need to know.. Is it yellow toadflax ?
It is wild and growing along the road allowance.
 

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No idea, HD. Hopefully somebody can tell you. Jogee might can help. He has a lot of savvy in the botany field, but there's a lot of difference in plant life between western Canada and the southeatern U.S.
 

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Thanks GA .Yellow toad flax is toxic to cattle and someone around here said that is what it is but I can't confirm and I really need the county to get their but in gear and spray before it spreads further into my pasture and crop area.
 

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hillsdown":3eh168xf said:
Two different ones.

Thank you.

Only one loaded. It was the one with yellow flowers, and I do believe it is wild sweet clover.
 

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Toadflax has a differnt looking flower, almost snapdragon looking rather then the flattened faced flower in the picture
 

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It's not Yellow Toadflax. I think it is a species of wild Buttercup. The bottom plant appears to be the seedhead of yellow Sweetclover. Can you get pics of the leaves?
 

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Aaron":2yocjl2h said:
Black Mustard and Yellow Sweet Clover. :cowboy:

I think Aaron hit the nail on the head. The sweet clover that grows around here looks very similar to the one pictured on the bottom. And the top one could be volunteer mustard.
 
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