1116-42775 - Agriculture - Field of wheat stubble being burned after the harvest to control diseases, reduce weed competition and to make the next planting easier. Volunteer fire fighters use the burning for training / near Williams, California, USA.
832-372242 - Dugong (Dugong dugon), feeding on sea weed, Golden Trevallys (Gnathodon speciosus), Pilot Fish, Great Barrier Reef, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Queensland, Cairns, Australia, Pacific Ocean
817-423794 - Saint-Emilion, in the Dordogne River Valley, Gironde region, Acquitaine, France, Flanders Poppies Papever rhoeas beside a field of grape vines, other common names: red field poppy, corn poppy, corn rose, red weed, coquelicot, also headache and headwark because the odor is said to cause a headache, May
857-32319 - The weed eating goats of Ewe4ic Ecological Services are herded across the street from a mall in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The herd of approxiamately 1200 goats travels all over the western U.S. with their owner, Lani Malmberg. Goats are an ecologically sound method of weed clearing and land management.