Hoary Alyssum (Berteroa incana)

Hoary alyssum, a member of the mustard family, is a tap-rooted perennial, biennial, or annual, that spreads through seeds. It produces small, white flower clusters that have four petals, which are deeply lobed. The plant has a rosette stage with leaves that get progressively bigger and have light-colored mid ribs. The stems and leaves of the hoary alyssum are very narrow and are covered with short, white hairs. The seeds are fairly large, oval-shaped, and laterally flattened. It is considered toxic to horses causing a number of different symptoms.

Treatment Tools/Products:

Please contact SCWP to learn how to help manage this invasive weed, what works best in your area and how to use it safely.

• Telar XP Label – SDS Sheet

• Escort XP Label – SDS Sheet

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