Other common names:
Common cotula, Bachelor's Buttons, annual buttonweed.
- Perennial/ annual
- Australian native
- Prostrate, low growing, some slightly erect up to 10 cm tall
- Greenish - white or yellow disc florets (flowers)
- Fruit is a tiny winged achene
- Carrot-like leaves
- Often covered in soft long hairs
- Flowers mostly winter to late spring
- Spreads by seed
- Often mistaken for Bindii.
- Pesticides: See available tabs below for registered products. Use as per label instructions.
- Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Use a combination of approaches listed on this page.
- Cultural: Remove weed before it produces seed.
- Mechanical: Tillage where possible.
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