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Do not dilute glyphosate incorrectly. If too weak it will not work. If too strong it is a waste of your money and your time doing the spraying. The manufacturer has worked out the optimum strength. Ignoring the directions is just plain silly.
Rhubarb does not come in a 'wild' variety. It is either something else and should be avoided or has grown from a thrown-out crown, maybe in an abandoned garden.
If the tree is fast-growing it may not stop at 12 - 15 ft and it will look most unbalanced in a pot at that height.
They are probably made of a rust-proof material so just put them in groups of, say six, and push their points in the soil or hang them on a nail in the shed.
Can't say I've ever found them a problem.
Your first step is to remove it from 'a large tub of water' or you will kill it!
I doubt it will need pruning until it is much bigger as it looks like a tree. Prunus perhaps. Do your best to find out what it is this year, then you can treat it correctly.
They will drive you mad when you empty the pots into the compost and you have to pick them out.
Could be a Welsh Onion!
It'll put hairs on your chest!
I'm not the person to ask! Sat down in the garden yesterday and read the instructions inside the wormery lid. They have obviously survived despite my care, not because of it!
Trouble is, if they get waterlogged for too long the roots are starved of oxygen and they die.