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Two species of cudweed are commonly found within lawns within Australia. They are G. coarctatum and G. americanum (hairy leaves). The annual or biannual dicot weed grows forming a basal rosette. The leaves are very distinct, being broad and obovate in shape, dull green on the upper leaf surface and grey or white on the underside of the leaf and possess serrated margins. The weed produces an erect flower stem which can grow up to 50 cm tall. Its flowers are whiteish, pink or purple in colour.
Warm-and cool-season turf grass varieties.
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Bow & Arrow Herbicide
Lawn Solutions Australia All Purpose Weed Control
Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller
Surefire Dicamba M
Yates Bindii & Clover Weedkiller Concentrate
Yates Buffalo PRO Weed 'n' Feed Granular
Yates Buffalo Pro Weed 'n' Feed Hose-On
Yates Buffalo Pro Weedkiller Bindii & Clover Concentrate
Yates Weed 'n' Feed Granular
Yates Weed 'n' Feed Hose-On