Paspalum spp.

What is Paspalum

Paspalum is a tough perennial grass growing out from a central base or crown which is very difficult to pull out by hand, especially when mature. Leaves are bluey-green and seed spikes are usually seen in late summer.

Where individual plants can be treated, this persistent weed can be eliminated by spot spraying with Yates Zero Super Concentrate Weedkiller

Plants impacted

  • Lawns
  • Turf
  • Garden beds

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