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1. Any of the [[dicot]]yledonous plants which grow in a [[turfgrass]] stand; e.g., dandelion, plantain, clover, chickweed, knotweed, etc.<br><br>
 
1. Any of the [[dicot]]yledonous plants which grow in a [[turfgrass]] stand; e.g., dandelion, plantain, clover, chickweed, knotweed, etc.<br><br>
http://www.naturewatch.ca/english/plantwatch/dandelion/images/dandelion_illustration.jpg<BR><BR>
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http://www.k-state.edu/turf/images/problem-solver/weeds/broadleaf/broadleaf_inturf8.jpg<BR><BR>
A dandelion has a broadleaved structure.<br>
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Blackseed and broadleaf plantains are cool season perennials that reproduce by seeds.<br>
Source: http://www.naturewatch.ca/english/plantwatch/dandelion/how_to_watch.html<BR><BR>
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Source: http://www.k-state.edu/turf/resources/lawn-problem-solver/problem-solver/weeds/broadleaf/blackseed/<BR><BR>

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1. Any of the dicotyledonous plants which grow in a turfgrass stand; e.g., dandelion, plantain, clover, chickweed, knotweed, etc.

broadleaf_inturf8.jpg

Blackseed and broadleaf plantains are cool season perennials that reproduce by seeds.
Source: http://www.k-state.edu/turf/resources/lawn-problem-solver/problem-solver/weeds/broadleaf/blackseed/