Papaver rhoeas (weed)

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Papaver rhoeas (weed) L. - (corn poppy)

Corn poppy is a weed problem in cereal fields in Europe and surrounding regions which often develops herbicide resistance. The plants grow to a height of 50-100 cm and have four characteristic, bright red petals. Like for other Papaver species, many tiny seeds are produced in capsules which can survive for up to 5 years.

Vernacular names
• Deutsch: Klatschmohn
• English: corn poppy
• Español: amapola silvestre
• Français: coquelicot