I've got wild morning glory that is driving me crazy. It's a very small vine, but it covers everything and chokes it out. There is no way to pull it up--it just breaks off at the top of the ground, and comes back stronger. We've put Round-up on it--the leaves die, and the vine comes back. I can keep doing that in open areas, like the alley, but it's in my ornamentals too. WHAT CAN I DO TO KILL THIS STUFF!! If I every get sick, it will take over my flower
Thanks for your answer. A freebie for you--to kill stubborn damdelions--cut off the top that flowers
even if the plant is dying, and drip 2 or 3 drops of gasoline on the base. This will kill it DEAD to the tip of the root, and not bother surrounding plants. We had some damdelions that were 3 years old--nice strong plants, that we had pulled up after deep soaking. They still came back. But not after the gasoline! A local farmer told me about it. But he had no answer for the morning glory!