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Sticky Chickweed (Cerastium glomeratum)

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  • Title:  Sticky Chickweed (Cerastium glomeratum)
  • Description:  Sticky Chickweed (Cerastium glomeratum). Winter annual weed. Germination occurs when soil temps are between 50-70¡F. Germination usually begins in early fall and continues through spring. Propagation is by seed. Can complete lifecycle in 5-6 weeks. Seeds remain viable in the soil for many years. Seed germination decreases with increased seeding depth. Turning the soil to bury chickweed seed is an option, but in the process other weeds seeds will be brought to the top. - Plants die with arrival of hot dry weather, late May early June
  • Keywords:  Sticky Chickweed Cerastium glomeratum
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