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ENH1316: Use of Glyphosate and Herbicide Alternatives for Weed Control in Florida Landscape Planting Beds

Figure 1. Typical glyphosate injury on Knockout rose. Even a small amount of spray drift can cause the injuries seen here, including chlorosis (yellowing), witches’ brooming, and deformed new growth. Plants may or may not recover depending upon growth stage and amount applied.

Credit: Chris Marble, UF/IFAS