Saffron Thistle is a yellow to cream flowered, spiny, and slightly hairy to woolly, annual thistle that flowers in spring and summer and grows to around 1 metre tall with a much branched flowering stem with leaf like, spiny flower bracts and seeds that look like shuttlecocks. The leaves are rigid and prominently veined, have cobweb-like hairs, are spine-tipped and the margins are spiny-toothed.

How to control Saffron Thistle

Totril Selective Herbicide


Totril is a selective herbicide containing for the control of  certain broadleaf weeds in onion crops. Benefits: • Trusted original Totril… Read More

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