Annual / Biennial
Seasons of Growth
Spring / Summer
Key Distinguishing Feature
Silver undersides of the leaves. Rosette habit, silver/white underside leaf.
Cudweed is an annual or biennial weed with a rosette forming growth habit. The leaves are broad and obovate in shape and possess a dull green upper surface with a soft, white or silver hairy underside.
Growth begins as basal rosette forming stems with upward growth occurring as the plant matures. Cudweed flowers typically form from spring throughout summer and are purple to pink in colour.
Key Products for Control:
Bow & Arrow - 50mL/100sqm *Temporary discolouration can occur to QLD Blue Couch, Carpet Grass, or Kikuyu lawns
Contra M Duo - 65mL/100sqm *Not safe for Buffalo lawns
Duke 100WG - 1g/100sqm *Not safe for QLD Blue Couch, Fescue, Bentgrass, or Ryegrass lawns