Translation of bindweed in Spanish:

bindweed

convólvulo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbaɪn(d)wid//ˈbʌɪndwiːd/

noun

  • 1

    convólvulo masculine
    correhuela feminine
    • The weed strangling your garden is known as bindweed.
    • Weed control weaknesses: Provides poor control of legumes, Carolina geranium, morningglories, bindweed, and sedges.
    • The list of weed species includes: morninglory, bindweed, buckwheat, Pennsylvania smartweed, Venice mallow, sweet clover, velvetleaf, lamb's quarters, and nightshade.
    • None of the chemicals knocked out field bindweed or little mallow, but that's been the case with methyl bromide plus chloropicrin, too.
    • A factory farm stood silent and abandoned, hedges of elders dripped berries and were decorated with white trumpets of bindweed.
    • Avoid tilling overly aggressive or invasive plants that produce root-buds, such as crabgrass, johnsongrass, bindweed or Canada thistle.
    • Nettles and tangles of bindweed, pelt-snagging goosegrass and bedstraw alike were avoided, while he gazed with pleasure on the eager growth of scattered rowan and hawthorn saplings.
    • Even the salvias and euphorbias are suffering, and I see bindweed.
    • Before we moved here, two pernicious weeds - bindweed and sticky-willie - had been allowed to establish themselves throughout the length of the hedge.
    • To the right is a wilderness, abandoned to brambles, ground elder, bindweed and buddleia.
    • On the way from the airport to the hotel I spotted hundreds of sky-blue flowers (about the size of bindweed flowers) on ground-hugging plants - seemingly wild - on the side of the highway.
    • Spray perennial weeds such as bindweed and Canadian thistle with a glyphosate-based herbicide before first frost.
    • These so-called host plants include many broadleaf weeds and cover crops such as nettles, mallow, chicory, dandelion, thistles, bindweed, deadly nightshade, and many clovers.
    • Perennial grasses such as bluegrass and quackgrass and broadleaves such as Canada thistle, bindweed, and curly dock also could be addressed with the Roundup Ready weed control program.
    • Using his trusty scanner again, Doran has taken plants that most gardeners would characterise as weeds, such as dandelions and bindweed, and photographed them against a plain black background.
    • Having said that, be assured that late summer is ideal for tackling the growth of difficult weeds such as ground elder, brambles, bindweed and Japanes knotweed.
    • Perennial weeds such as horsetail and bindweed need more attention because the roots should be removed to stand any chance of eradicating them.
    • Brambles and bindweed (which he called bindbell) mainly.
    • Docken, like dandelion, nettle, ground elder, bindweed and couch-grass belongs to that troublesome group of wild flowers called perennial weeds.
    • And please don't talk to me about ‘well bindweed is okay but creeping buttercup is a little rascal’, because we're not on first name terms, the weeds and I.