- Wet or dry season flooded areas in disturbed sites.
- Floodplains and drainage lines and creek banks.
- Can form dense floating mats, 1-2 m thick over water bodies.
- A vigorous perennial grass to 2 m high.
- Stems stout, trailing densely soft hairy rooting at nodes.
- Leaves and sheaths generally hairy. Leaf blades to 30cm long.
- Flowering head of several spreading stalks on a single central axis.
- Flowers and fruits mainly March to September.
Other weed identifiers
Plant Life Cycle
Currently not declared however under the Biosecurity Act 2014 you still have an obligation to prevent or minimise a biosecurity risk posed by a pest.