Cyperus entrerianus (weed)

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Cyperus entrerianus (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Richard Carter, Valdosta State University
Source: IPM Images

Cyperus entrerianus (weed) Boeckeler - (woodrush flatsedge)

The sedge is native to South America and has become established in southern and south-eastern parts of North America, where it can form dense, homogenous stands, e.g. in the coastal prairie ecoregion of Texas.

Vernacular names
• English: woodrush flatsedge
deeproot sedge

Publications covering Cyperus entrerianus (weed)

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2015) 8, 15-31
Jonathan R. King, Andrew J. Bennett, Warren C. Conway, David J. Rosen and Brian P. Oswald (2015)
Response of deeproot sedge (Cyperus entrerianus) to herbicide and prescribed fire in Texas coastal prairie

Weed Science (2014) 62, 186-192
Jonathan R. King, Warren C. Conway, David J. Rosen, Brian P. Oswald and Hans M. Williams (2014)
Total nonstructural carbohydrate trends in deeproot sedge (Cyperus entrerianus)

Weed Technology (2012) 26, 122-129
Charles T. Bryson and Richard Carter (2012)
Growth, reproductive potential, and control strategies for deeproot sedge (Cyperus entrerianus)