Natural Area Weeds: Skunkvine (Paederia foetida)
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Enloe, Stephen F., Stephen C. Marble, and Kenneth A. Langeland. 2019. “Natural Area Weeds: Skunkvine (Paederia foetida): SS-AGR-80/WG208, Rev. 11/2019”. EDIS 2019 (November). Gainesville, FL:4.


This 4-page document provides information on the characteristics and control of skunkvine. Written by S. F. Enloe, S. C. Marble, and K. A. Langeland, and published by the Agronomy Department, November 2019.

SS-AGR-80/WG208: Natural Area Weeds: Skunkvine (Paederia foetida) (
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