Mouse ear chickweed spreads by seed, so ideally, should be removed before it has the chance to flower. Usually flowers from April to November.
Mouse Ear Chickweed
- General Information
Mouse ear chickweed is a perennial broadleaf weed that forms a dense, mat-like patches on turf, It propagates quickly, has a shallow root system and new plants can form from creeping stems.
- Treating Solutions
Dicamba M is a broadleaf used to control bindii, capeweed, catsear, chickweed, clover, wireweed and many more more weeds in turf. It is an economical solution for broadleaf weed control and is used extensively to eradicate hard to kill weeds.
Methar Tri Kombi is a selective broadleaf herbicide that controls: Bindii, Capeweed, Creeping Oxalis, Clover, Fat Hen and Wireweed plus many more invasive weeds in all turf situations.
Destiny is a post-emergent selective herbicide for the control of certain broadleaf weeds and grasses in turf. Safe for use on Kikuyu.
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