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Hanson, N. S., Keim, F. D. & Gross, D. L. (1943). Bindweed eradication in Nebraska (University of Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 50 rev.)
Bindweed, which is easily recognized by its creeping, entwining habit of growth, is Nebraska's most destructive weed because of its effect on crop plants. Its total annual cost to the agricultural industry of the state is several million dollars, which ultimately affects all those citizens who depend directly or indirectly upon income from agriculture.