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Ivyleaf Morningglory : Kentucky IPM

Ivyleaf Morningglory (Ipomoea hederacea)


Ivyleaf Morningglory Ivyleaf morningglory is a warm-season annual broadleaf weed. The leaves of mature plants have three main lobes and are alternately arranged on a viney stem.
Squarish cotyledons are an identifying characteristic of seedling ivyleaf morningglory. Note how the seed leaves (cotyledons) have a deep notch in their tips. Ivyleaf morningglory seedling


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