most broadleaf pesticides are not residual unless over applied. what was the pesticide?
Normally hard such as red oak
Yes, they live in broad-leafed forests with undergrowth of bamboo.
Leafhoppers sip sap from such vascular vegetation as broad-leafed woody and herbaceous plants, grasses and sedges.
Wallaroos feed on grasses, sedges and forbs, which are low-growing, broad-leafed herbaceous plants.
Autumn or Fall as some countries call it. :)
Use a broad leaf weed killer...or any weed killer.
The Tasmanian pademelon, a small member of the kangaroo family, feeds on native grasses and broad leafed plants.
This term is used mostly in ecology or botany. A forb (or phorb) is an herbaceous, flowering, broad-leafed plant. It is distinguished from the monocot grasses.
They are omnivorous and prefer to eat broad-leafed plants, but also eat seeds, roots, fruit, lizards, beetles, grasshoppers, and carrion.
We need more information to answer your question. It is too broad to answer.
Wallaroos are herbivorous marsupials, so they do not hunt. They graze on grasses, sedges, tussock grasses and forbs (low-growing, broad-leafed herbaceous plants).
There are two main types, evergreen and deciduous. Broad leafed is just another term for deciduous.
Monocots and dicots are divided based on the presence of one or two cotyledons. Oak trees fall into the latter category, as well as a number of other broad-leafed trees.
Overgrazing of plant species is decreased because the cattle eat the grasses while the sheep eat broad-leafed weeds, forbes, and shrubs.
Although the wood of a balsa tree is soft, balsa is a hardwood. Broad-leafed flowering trees are hardwoods. Conifers are softwoods. See Wikipedia for more information about balsa.
They are reputed to live mainly in the Rice Paddies, so Rice would be one of them Floating species is the Ceratopteris species also come from the Far Eastern Tropics so they would be there in both the fine leafed and the broad leafed types forms. There would also be a number of other water plants like Aponogeton, Sagitaria and Vallisnaria.
The bridled nailtail wallaby's favoured foods are non-woody broad-leafed plants, chenopods (low-growing succulents such as pigweed), flowering plants and grasses.
Lawn weed killers do not kill grass because the chemical in that lawn herbicide has been developed so that it only targets broad-leafed plants like dandelions and not grass.
That depends on what kind of weeds they are. If they are "broad leaf" weeds, you can use a herbicide like Killex that is for broad leaf weeds only. That means that it won't kill your grass. If it is a mixture of broad leafed weeds and grassy weeds, and you aren't worried about killing your lawn (as in you want to kill everything that's there), you can use a broad spectrum herbicide like Roundup. There are also soil sterilizers out there, but if you use one of those, be prepared that you won't be able to plant ANYTHING there and expect it to grow for at least a year, possibly more.
Angelfish (Pterophylum sp.) do not get pregnant they are egg layers and deposit their eggs on a broad leafed plant or PVC tube provided (sometimes the aquarium glass). Then they look after the eggs and fry until the fry are independent.
The land West of Gettysburg is rolling hills, with the ridges going from Northeast to Southwest, with broad valleys in between.
The cactus would not survive. If not insects, animals, or fungus that would attack it, the lack of sunlight and overabundance of moisture would kill the cactus. On the other hand, if you took a broad-leafed jungle plant and put it in the desert, it would not survive there, either.
Wallaroos usually live in rocky slopes of the high country where they will hide and rest during the day and come out to eat grass and small shrubs at night. Wallaroos particularly like grasses, sedges, tussock grasses and forbs (low-growing, broad-leafed herbaceous plants).