Author(s): Dr. Siva Rami Reddy E, Dr. Basavaraj S Adi, Dr. Jyoti Dabolkar and Dr. Geeta B Adi
Abstract: Chrysanthemum leucanthemum also called as oxeye daisy. Introduced from Europe in the early 1800’s primarily as a grass seed contaminant, and subsequently spread as an ornamental, Oxeye daisy has become a serious invader of pastures and natural areas throughout North America. It is a perennial herb that reproduces both by seed and shallow rhizomes. Single plants quickly become patches that continually increase in size. Plants flower June August and its seed germinates throughout the growing season.