Broadleaf weeds are distinguished from weedy grasses, sedges, and grass-like weeds by their broad, rounded leaves. In addition, broadleaf weeds typically have noticeable flowers and/or fruit capsules. Another sure way to spot a broadleaf weed is to look closely at the veins of a leaf. Veins that are branched or netted instead of parallel are a characteristic common to broadleaf weeds.
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