Getting Rid Of Goat Heads (Tribulus terrestris)

The seed heads of the Tribulus terrestris are the primary reason most homeowners want to get rid of this spreading weed. When dry they are painful if stepped on and can puncture a bike tire. This is a guide about getting rid of goat heads (Tribulus terrestris).

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Question: Getting Rid of Goat Heads

Will goats eat the plants and stickers? Or are the stickers too evil even for them? We have a lot of bees working the flowers so I don't want to spray chemicals.

By Pam

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Question: Getting Rid of Goat Heads

I have goat heads (not the bugs) in my yard. What do they grow off of and how do I get rid them in my back yard?

By Dian from Tucson, AZ

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By moodyjudy 2

How do I get rid of a weed called "goatheads"?

Hardiness Zone: 5a

By moodyjudy from Fowler, CO

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