Common known weed plant.
Spring annual. Seedlings appear in February - May. Blooms in March - June. Fruiting in June - July. The maximum fertility of one plant is 15000 nuts, which germinate from a depth of no more than 10 ... 11 cm. Poisonous plant. It grows in fields and pastures, along roads.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Annual grasses should be high slashed (10 cm above ground)
before seed heads start to develop, typically in late winter and may
require follow-up slashing after 4-6 weeks. As they are annuals,
preventing the production of seed will ensure their seedbank will
diminish with time.
Perennial grasses can be slashed at any time of year, however best
results will be obtained during winter and spring.