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21/03/2014 at 19:12

That's just how it was here when we moved in - and right up to the top of the house gable!!!  All gone now 

30/03/2014 at 21:05

I think you all need to see this

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/06/09/monsanto-roundup-herbicide.aspx

30/03/2014 at 22:00

Oh gosh! That sounds rather worrying! Luckily I've never used weed killer in my life 

16/05/2014 at 18:24
08/07/2014 at 19:12

Is there any way of killing my neighbours ivy from my side of the fence? She is a very elderly lady and the garden is unkempt I am beyond annoyed of cutting back an 8 foot section along the fence where it is growing through the panels and over the top, it is starting to damage the fence which we own and I am wondering if there is something I can put on the shoots that are growing over our side that will travel down the stem and kill it her side?

08/07/2014 at 19:34

Have you read allof  this thread Amy? I think all the possibilities have been mentioned

17/07/2014 at 16:27

Amy, you can't do that legally....poison or kill plants or trees in a neighbour's property. You could get sued for damages and replacement.

 

You've no choice but to prune back or contact your neighbour to try and find a solution. She may well be open to killing it off anyway, you just have to make sure she is in agreement over such action.

17/07/2014 at 18:06

Glysophate applied intravenously will kill Ivy without a  problem, i used the same method to kill two huge and overgrown Cypress type conifers. I drilled three holes (10mm diameter) round the base of the trees and topped them up once a day with glysophate. One died within a year , the biggest, about 30ft high with almost the same spread took slightlly longer, they have yielded to my chain saw this week, hugely satisfying !

20/07/2014 at 16:20

Vinegar (acetic acid) works, but it needs to be 20 percent, not the kind you get at your grocers, which is 5-6 percent. I used it on ivy last year. It needs about three days of sun to work as water washes it away.

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