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Common throughout the UK. In arable crops, usually appears as a young plant but can be a problem in set-aside and perennial crops.

Mugwort - young 1. Cotyledons oval and small.
Mugwort 2 2. First leaves bristly hairy, only slightly toothed. Later leaves more deeply divided and pointed.
Mugwort 3 4. Tall perennial to 150 cm. Stem reddish-brown and leaves deeply divided - dark green above and white below. Very numerous and small yellowish to reddish brown flowers on long spikes.

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