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killing Bind Weed

  • Subject: killing Bind Weed
  • From: BugGirlX@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 06:30:00 EDT

I wanted to do the round up in a bowl kill, but what if my dogs drank the 
round up? Also my bind weed will not lie flat, it stands up when it is young, 
so I can't figure out how to make it stay in the bowl.

 However, Brush Be Gone works better on it then round up, but still will not 
kill the parent plant on the other side of the fence. I also dig up my beds 
every now and again, to help keep it in check.
Bug Girl

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