The White Bladderpod
White bladderpod is an erect to spreading annual in the mustard family. Plants range from 2 to 25 inches tall. The leaves are alternate, yellowish green to grayish green, slightly hairy, linear to oblong in shape, with smooth, toothed or sometimes wavy margins.
White bladderpod occurs in grassy openings, or on the open edges, of oak-hickory-pine woodlands of east Texas on seasonally wet, non-acidic soils
How Can We Help?
Herbicide use should be carefully planned and highly selective to target species to avoid impacts on white bladderpod. Brush management work, prescribed burning, and use of herbicides should be limited to the July-October non-flowering period as much as possible.