Palmer amaranth in Iowa
The leaves, stems and seeds of Palmer amaranth, like those of other amaranths, are edible and highly nutritious. Palmer amaranth was once widely cultivated and eaten by Native Americans across North America, both for its abundant seeds and as a cooked or dried green vegetable. -- from Wikipedia
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she wouldn't be smiling if she knew what I do. pig weeds and marestail has made round up worthless down here. liberty is not to hot either. ultra blazer or flexstar about the only thing that works in beans. you folks have no rice in your rotations to control them, you have a huge problem coming your way. yes atrazine and D will beat them back in spring but the escapes will make seed and there starts the problem