from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of chenopodiaceous plants of the tribe Chenoleæ, characterized by a turbinate perianth, the lobes broadly winged in the fertile flowers.

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  • n. summer cypress


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  • Mucklow said the workshop also will provide valuable information on integrating the more fire resistant forage plants, such as kochia, into cheatgrass-dominated grasslands in the Western United States. stories

  • It also controls a broad spectrum of broadleaf weeds, such as kochia, wild mustard and wild buckwheat.


  • However, summer annual weeds that come up in the spring, such as kochia and wild buckwheat may not be controlled with a fall treatment, unless the herbicide has good residual activity.

    High Plains Journal

  • DuPont has a new herbicide out called Harmony SG that would be good for broadleaf contol in safflower, but it doesn't give good control on kochia.


  • He added trials showed more than 90 percent control on several weeds, including wild oats, foxtails, pigweed, lambsquarters, wild buckwheat, kochia, wild mustard, and Russian thistle.


  • Herbicide resistance among kochia likely caused by several genetic variations


  • Creeping Jenny, kochia and pigeon grass are the main weeds the Engrafs battle every year on their farms.


  • Some kochia is starting to pop up in the crop, he said.



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