Wild Radish: Biology and Control
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mustard weed
winter weed

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Ferrell, Jason A., Brent A. Sellers, Gregory E. MacDonald, and Pratap Devkota. 2020. “Wild Radish: Biology and Control: SSAGR236/WG215, Rev. 5/2020”. EDIS 2020 (3). Gainesville, FL:3. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-wg215-2020.


Wild radish is one of the most common and problematic pasture weeds in the Florida Panhandle. It is found throughout the state and can be a serious pest in other crops including peanut, corn, and winter vegetables. This publication provides information concerning the biology and growth of wild radish, the problems associated with its presence in wheat and other small grains as well as cover crops, and methods for control and management.

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Ferrell, J., and G. MacDonald. 2005. “Wild Radish--Biology and Control”. EDIS 2005 (11). https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115117.

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