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  • n. A perennial herb that reproduces by seeds and by horizontal creeping roots.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Fiorin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as blackbutt.
  • n. The common wild oat-grass, Danthonia spicata, of the eastern United States.
  • n. Tridens strictus, an approved hay-grass of central Texas.
  • n. A grass, the white bent, or fiorin, Agrostis alba.


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  • Cheatgrass had moved in along with leafy spurge, Canada thistle and whitetop, all noxious weeds.

    Bird Cloud

  • Through the years I have written about various noxious weeds, including tall whitetop, knapweeds, Canada thistle, yellow starthistle, hoary cress and puncturevine.

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • If you have ever tried to remove tall whitetop or Russian knapweed from your property, you know it is a multiyear battle that never ends.

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • It is in one of the refrigerated units since it is not canned in a glass jar. whitetop We have one of those humongous HEB's at 290 and Barker Cypress.

    Lone Star Times

  • I mean, really … ladyingray on March 17, 2009 at whitetop on March 17, 2009 at 6: 46 PM

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  • Whitetop weed pull The Friends of Squaw Creek will hold its second tall whitetop weed pull this summer from 8 to 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 11, at the east entrance of Squaw Valley Stables.

    Sierra Sun - Top Stories

  • Officials say over the past decade, the area has become overrun by tall whitetop.

    KOLO - HomePage - Headlines

  • Only certain chemicals work on whitetop, so read the herbicide label to see if tall whitetop is listed.

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • Tall whitetop is a tall dark-green plant with white flowers that look like baby's breath.

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • Unfortunately, tall whitetop is very prevalent across Nevada, covering tens of thousands of acres.

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