[ ɹˈabɪtwˈiːd], [ ɹˈabɪtwˈiːd], [ ɹ_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_w_ˈiː_d]
How to use "Rabbit-weed" in context?
Rabbit weed is an invasive plant species in the sunflower family. It is an aggressive annual that forms large clumps. Rabbit weed grows well in disturbed areas, such as along roadsides and in abandoned fields. It also grows in fields that have been treated with herbicides.
Rabbit weed interferes with the growth of other plants by preventing the uptake of nutrients. It can also cause the displacement of other plants by its Roots and Flowers. Rabbit weed can also suppress the growth ofnative sunflower seedlings.
Rabbit weed can be harmful to humans and animals if consumed.
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