Weeds

The links below will help you identify the most common weeds found in Manitoba. You can search by common name or family name.

Consult the weed management resources for information on cost-effective control.

 

Noxious Weeds in Manitoba - Declaration

Weed species in Manitoba are not all created equal. Specific weeds have been designated as 'Noxious' and have been categorized into different tiers based on their significant threat to agricultural primary production. Tier 1 weeds must be eradicated without conditions. Proper identification is important and control measures will depend on the species. Control of Tier 1 weeds is the landowners responsibility (e.g. farmer, company or Governemnt, including Manitoba Highways). The Provincial Mandate to control Noxious Weeds is through the Noxious Weeds Act, but implementation of the Act is at the Municipal or Weed Control District Level. See Manitoba Weed Supervisors Association website and the link to the Manitoba Weed Supervisor Weed Districts map.

 

Manitoba Weed Survey Results

Herbicide Resistant Weeds - Manitoba 2016 (PDF 8.4MB)

Manitoba Weed Survey - Annual Crops 2016 (PDF 9.4MB)

Manitoba Weed Survey - Annual Crops 2016 Summary poster (PDF 1.1MB)

 

Weed Species By Common NameBy Common Name

 

 Amaranth Family

 

Buckwheat Family

  

Composite Family

  

 Flax Family

 

Geranium Family

 

Goosefoot Family

   

Grass Family

 

Madder Family

 

Mallow Family

 

Milkweed Family

 

Mint Family

  

Mustard Family

 

 

Pink Family

 

Plantain Family

 

Purselane Family

 

Sedge Family

 

Spurge Family

 

Weed Management Facts