Scentless mayweed grows along roadsides, fence lines, waste areas, in perennial forage crops, cultivated fields and particularly on heavy soils.
A close up of the feathery like leaves. Leaves are alternately arranged and dissected into narrow, thread-like segments. They are essentially odorless when crushed.
Scentless mayweed can quickly take over an overgrazed pasture as seen in this photo.
Please visit NWBC for more information on this weed.