Paddy Melon is a prostrate, running, annual herb or vine (to 4 metres) with slender rough stems. It has golf ball size striped, softly prickly melons arsing from yellow, 5 lobed flowers in summer. The green leaves, stems and fruit have a bitter taste and a strong smell when crushed.

How to control Paddy Melon


Stonewall Herbicde 10L

Stonewall Herbicide is a pre-emergent herbicide containing 500g/L of the active ingredient Oryzalin. It is registered for the pre-emergent control of… Read More

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