Annual stems, perennial rootstock.
Seasons of Growth
Spring / Summer / Autumn
Key Distinguishing Feature
Prickly Burrs. Reddish hairy stems. Fleshy Taproot.
A dense mat forming plant with annual tops, a fleshy, perennial rootstock, reddish, hairy stems and prickly burrs. Seeds germinate in spring and summer after rain and produce creeping stems and a stout rootstock over summer. Stems take root at the nodes forming a dense mat.
Flowering occurs from March to April and the top growth dies in winter. New shoots emerge from the rootstock in spring.
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
Please contact the LawnPride Support Team to discuss alternative options.
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