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Perennial weeds can live two or more years. Most perennials reproduce and spread by seed as well as vegetative plant parts (roots, rhizomes, stolons, or tubers). Roots or underground vegetative parts act as storage tissues for survival from season to season. Perennials are more susceptible to control practices after flowering in the fall. Control at this time is important to prevent seed production and replenishment of vegetative plant parts.p>
To learn more about Late Season Weed Management, check out this Roundup Ready PLUS® article.