Each leaf is shaped similar to a spoon. When in patches, Daisies can be connected by stout rhizome systems under the surface.
Small and flat rosettes don’t form upright clumps like Oxeye Daisy. The flowerheads are composite, in the form of a pseudanthium, consisting of many white ray florets.
In turf, herbicides with the ingredients clopyralid (Archer, Vivendi 300, Versatil or Void), triclopyr/picloram mixture (Victory Gold, Triumph Gold, Tordon Gold or Conquest) and 2,4-D/dicamba mixture give good control.
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