By Sharon Bokan
Colorado State University Extension, Boulder County 

The annual weeds of summer


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Russian thistle, Salsola iberica

With the recent moisture and the heat of summer, summer annual weeds have sprouted and are growing. Winter annuals have produced seed and are at the end of their life cycle. Winter annuals with seeds should be pulled and disposed of in the trash. Weeds with seeds should not be composted in a home compost system as the seeds will likely not be killed in the home composting process.

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