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Major Weeds as Natural Hosts for Plant Viruses in the Northeast

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Link to the Major Weeds and Crops as Natural Hosts for Plant Viruses in the Northeast factsheet.

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Amaranthacae (Amaranth family)

Spiny Amaranth
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Spiny amaranth

Apiaceae (Umbellifera family)

Giant Hogweed
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Giant Hogweed

Asclepiadaceae (Milkweed family)

Common Milkweed
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Common Milkweed

Asteraceae (Compositae or Aster family)
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Bristly Oxtongue
Bristly Oxtongue
Common Groundsel
Common Groundsel Common Groundsel
Cressleaf Groundsel
Cressleaf Groundsel Cressleaf Groundsel
Canada Goldenrod
Canada goldenrod
Horseweed
Horseweed
Hairy Beggarticks
Hairy Beggerticks Hairy Beggerticks
Perennial Sowthistle
Perennial sowthistle Perennial sowthistle
Common Ragweed

Common Ragweed
Prickly Lettuce
Prickly lettuce
Spiny Sowthistle
Spiny sowthistle

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae or Mustard family)
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Marsh Yellowcress
Marsh Yellowcress
Virginia Pepperweed
Virginia pepperweed
Sheperd's Purse
Shepard's purse
Yellowrocket
Yellow Rocket

Caryophyllaceae (Pink family)
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Common Chickweed
Common Chickweed Common Chickweed Common Chickweed
Mouseear Chickweed
Mouseear chickweed

Chenopodiaceae (Goosefoot or Lamb's quarter family)
Common Lambsquarters
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Common Lambsquarters

Commelinaceae (Spiderwort family)
Common Dayflower
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Common Dayflower Common Dayflower

Cucurbitaceae (Cucurbit or Gourd family)
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Bur Cucumber
Bur Cucumber
Balsam-Pear
Balsam Pear Balsam Pear
Creeping Cucumber
Creeping Cucumber
Wild Cucumber
Wild Cucumber Wild Cucumber Wild Cucumber

Dipsacaceae (Teasel family)
Common Teasel
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Common teasel Common teasel

Fabaceae (Leguminosae or Bean and Pea family)
Clovers
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Clovers

Geraniaceae (Geranium family)
Carolina Geranium
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Carolina Geranium

Lamiaceae (Labiatae or Mint family)
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Healall
Healall
Purple Deadnettle
Purple deadnettle

Papaveraceae (Poppy family)
Mexican Pricklepoppy
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Mexican Pricklepoppy Mexican Pricklepoppy

Portulacaceae (Purslane family)
Common Purslane
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Common purslane

Primulaceae (Primrose family)
Scarlet Pimpernel
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Scarlet pimpernel Scarlet pimpernel

Solanaceae (Nightshade family)
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Eastern Black Nightshade
Eastern Black Nightshade Eastern Black Nightshade
Jimsonweed
Jimsonweed Fruit
Smooth Groundcherry
Smooth groundcherry

Link to the Major Weeds and Crops as Natural Hosts for Plant Viruses in the Northeast factsheet.