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How to germinate immature weed seeds

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The Pennsylvania Code website reflects the Pennsylvania Code changes effective through 52 Pa.B. 196 (January 1, 2022).

• No statutes or acts will be found at this website.

The Pennsylvania Code website reflects the Pennsylvania Code changes effective through 52 Pa.B. 196 (January 1, 2022).

§ 1151.37. Transportation of seeds, immature medical marijuana plants and medical marijuana plants.

(a) A grower/processor may transport seeds, immature medical marijuana plants and medical marijuana plants within this Commonwealth for the growing and processing of medical marijuana.

(b) A grower/processor may not transport seeds, immature medical marijuana plants or medical marijuana plants to a location outside of this Commonwealth.

(c) A grower/processor’s authorization to transport seeds, immature medical marijuana plants or medical marijuana plants shall be subject to § § 1151.35, 1151.36 and 1151.38 (relating to transportation of medical marijuana; transport manifest; and evidence of adverse loss during transport).

Source

The temporary provisions of this § 1151.37 amended January 13, 2017, effective January 14, 2017, expire on January 14, 2019, 47 Pa.B. 199; amended May 11, 2018, effective May 17, 2018, expire on May 12, 2020, 48 Pa.B. 2767. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (385955) to (385956).

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White Cockle

An annual, biennial or short-lived perennial, reproducing by seeds. This weed is a prolific seed producer that can spread rapidly. The stems are erect, up to 1 m tall, swollen at the nodes, hairy, branched if uncrowded or branched only near the top if crowded. The leaves are opposite, 10 cm long x 2 cm wide, broadest near the top, hairy on both sides, lower leaves are petiolate while the upper leaves are sessile. Flowers occur on individual stalks in a branched inflorescence. Each flower has 5 petals, 20-30 mm long, and white in colour. This weed is dioecious consisting of two kinds of flowers: one with ovaries that produce the seeds and one with stamens that produce pollen. Normally only one kind of flower exists on a plant. The seeds are kidney shaped, 1-2 mm in diameter, greyish-orange, enclosed in a capsule, and covered with rows of small bumps. Optimal germination temperatures for this weed are 20-30 °C.

Scouting Techniques

Take a minimum of 20 weed counts across the field. Check hay and grain fields, roadsides, and waste areas for patches of this weed.

Effects On Crop Quality

Yield losses in alfalfa, clover, and small grains as a result of competition with this weed.