Other common names:
Bur clover, California bur-clover, hairy medic, spiny burr medic, toothed bur clover.
- Low growing annual legume weed
- Has trifoliate compound leaves that can be mistaken for clover
- Leaves, which have 3 leaflets, are hairless
- Produces pea-type yellow flowers in early spring
- Produces small burr-like seed head that can stick to clothes and animals
- Grows mainly during autumn through to winter
- Grows in sandy to clay loam soils
- Reproduces by seed..
Warm-and cool-season turfgrasses.
- Pesticides: See available tabs below for registered products. Use as per label instructions.
- Integrated Pest Management (IPM): The weed is susceptible to blue green aphid. Use a combination of approaches listed on this page.
- Cultural: Nil.
- Mechanical: Nil.
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