Species: 

Dysphania ambrosioides

Common Name(s): 

Mexican tea

Habitats Impacted: 

disturbed/waste areas, forest/woodland, cropland/pastureland

Regions likely to be Impacted: 

NE, SE

Present in Neighboring States?

AR, KS, LA, MO, NM, TX

Currently known from Oklahoma?

Yes

Dysphania ambrosioides

Bruce Ackley, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org

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What you should know!

Spreads rapidly into disturbed areas, secondary forests, and agricultural lands. Intentionally introduced as a culinary herb and as a medicinal plant. Prolific seeder and easily dispersed.

Management information