Originally Posted by stevenson
Burrs can 'seed' themselves into the ground and stay dormant for quite a while and then with the correct weather .. grow very lush.. !
Does seem that way. Around here, the summers are usually pretty dry, the grass suffers, and the cockel burrs grow like crazy and take over if you don't spray them. This year was very
wet and as much as that was bad for getting anything done outside, the grass has been great all summer (and still is) and we have very few burrs in the pasture.