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Problem Solver > Weeds > Paspalum

Paspalum can be a very difficult weed to kill in lawns, and continues to be one of the most hated weeds in the country. Once established in a lawn it has the ability to grow low and beneath lawn mower blades, enabling it to continue spreading unchecked.

Symptoms
Paspalum can grow to over a metre tall in the wild or in garden beds, but this highly adaptable weed type will completely change it's growing habits when growing in a home lawn which is regularly mowed.

While regular lawn mowing should be able to control and stop this weed from spreading through the regular removal of it's seeds, Paspalum simply stops growing higher and instead begins to creep along the ground.

Paspalum will grow seed producing stems, each with 3 -7 spike shaped seed bearing heads. The heights of these Paspalum stems vary depending on regularity of lawn mowing and how high the lawn is cut.

IMPORTANT NOTE: ONLY BUFFALO SPECIFIC PRODUCTS (ie. Buffalo Lawn Weed Kill & FEED 'N WEED GRANULAR), ARE SUITABLE FOR BUFFALO/KIKUYU LAWNS. OTHER PRODUCTS MAY DAMAGE YOUR LAWNS AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDED. PLEASE READ PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BACK OF THE PRODUCT FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.

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