Chickweed is a common winter annual weed that can grow through the warmer months. The leaves on Chickweed are small, paired, egg-shaped, pointed-tip on long, round, weak stems that have a line of hairs between the nodes. Chickweed produces a single white flower on each stem. Chickweed reproduces by seed and through a fibrous root system. It has a creeping habit and is mainly found in moist and compacted soil areas, healthy lush lawns rarely get this weed established. Chickweed doesn’t recover from the loss of its foliage, so regular low mowing of lawns can help with the eradication. Can also be easily removed by hand.
Multiweed All Purpose Lawn Weeder is used for the control of Mullumbimby couch, Creeping Oxalis, Bindii (dwarf jo-jo), Sowthistle, Dandelion, Flatweeds, Cudweed, Fleabane, Dock, Chickweed, Clover and Lambs Tongue. Can be used on most types of lawns including couch, Blue couch, Fescue, Carpet, Centipede, Kentucky Blue and ryegrass. NOT suitable for use on Buffalo lawns. […]… View PageRead more
Kleen Lawn Selective Lawn Weeder can be used to control broad leaf weeds including clover, pearlwort, chickweed, dandelion, dock, bindii and lambs toungue. Can be used on couch, bent and kikuyu lawns. NOT suitable for use on buffalo lawns. Contains contact and systemic herbicides. How to use: Dilute 15mL in 4 litres of water and […]… View PageRead more