Scentless Chamomile was introduced to Canada as a garden flower from Europe, Where it is a major weed. Since its introduction it has spread to most of the province of Canada.
Scentless Chamomile is a biennial or short lived perennial. the rosette has finely divided fern like leaves.
Scentless Chamomile has a daisy-like flower and is a super seed producer.
Bio-control agents are currently being tested in Canada. Mowing and tillage can help reduce the seed production but mowing must be repeated often. Hand pulling and burning work very well. Herbicides are only effective when the plant is very young.