Paspalum

Botanical name: Paspalum dilatatum

Description

Paspalum is a perennial grassy, clump forming weed with a robust rhizomatous growth habit. The leaves generally possess a characteristic purple colour at the base of the sheath, with a rolled vernation and large membranous ligule. Leaf blades can be broad and long, reaching up to 25cm in length. Long stems up to 50cm in length bare a unique, drooping seed heads with round white seeds. Seeds can be sticky to touch and are spread easily through contact and transport. Paspalum can be propagated through seed or through rhizomes.

Products to Use Paspalum

Freehand Herbicide

AMG110_Freehand Render

Freehand herbicide introduces a new active ingredient for use in landscape ornamentals – dimethenamid-P combined with pendimethalin. This unique combination makes Freehand herbicide the perfect tool for pre-emergent weed control of annual grasses, susceptible sedge species and many small-seeded broadleaf weeds. Controls over 60 common weeds Can be used in pots, plant containers, garden soil […]… View Page

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Paspalum, Nutgrass & Clover Weed Killer

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Paspalum, Nutgrass & Clover Weed Killer is formulated for the control of Paspalum, Nutgrass, Mullumbimby couch, clovers and other weeds in domestic lawns. This product can be applied with most garden sprayers. For more effective wetting, add wetting agent to final solution. Avoid using fine droplets or applying the product in windy conditions as this will […]… View Page

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