Slender Pigeon Grass is a 1.2m high tufted spreading perennial grass with short knotty rhizomes. Inflorescence a cylindrical, spike-like panicle up to 100 mm long produced in summer. Spikelets solitary on each panicle branch, 4-12 yellow or purplish bristles below each spikelet. A widespread weed of roadsides, disturbed, cultivated land from the coast to the plains in NSW, occurs also in Vic, SA, WA.

How to control Pigeon Grass


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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