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Spurrey is an annual weed that often establishes in autumn and flowers in spring.

It can also establish in spring. It mainly causes problems in new turf by smothering emerging seedlings. Its small, needle-like leaves can appear like new turf seedlings, however on closer inspection these will be clustered along a stem.

Spurrey has small white flowers that are clustered at the ends of stems.


In young turf, a mixture of mecoprop, ioxynil and bromoxynil will provide control. Once turf has established, Spurrey generally can’t establish due to the competition.

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Spergula arvensis