Glyceria notata, the plicate sweet-grass or marked glyceria, is an invasive specie part of the rhizomatous family. tufted, perennial grasses in the mannagrass genus, found in all continents of the world.
The folded windrow is a perennial herbaceous plant. The prostrate or flooding stalks are 10 to 70 centimeters long, crawl and take root at the nodes. The nodes are bare.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Spraying with herbicide is often the most efficient method of
removing herbaceous weeds but must be done with care and in
the right conditions. Spraying must be done in the correct season
when the plant is actively growing and should be avoided in windy
conditions. This will also use less herbicide. When spraying, care
needs to be taken to minimise off-target damage.
Training in the safe use of chemicals should be undertaken prior
to using herbicide. Appropriate safety equipment should always
be used to minimise harm to the operator.