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I have recently taken on an allotment plot and unfortunately I have some bindweed underneath my soil and what I can only describe as spaghetti on top of the soil. I need to get rid of this before I can turn over the soil. I have tried glyosulphate
Does anyone have any ideas on how to rid my garden of bind weed?its everywhere,small country garden on a slope and im being overtaken!tried digging but it comes back worse,tried painting leaves but again it returns.Help,new to gardening by the way! Hi Bob, someone else has asked...
I have bought some of these plants but on investigation some people say that it is too invasive and will over run my garden. Does anyone know anything about it. I'm a novice gardener so I don't want get off on the wrong foot in my first days of gardening. Any advice would be he...
of bindweed or couch grass roots. It's like that scene in Bridge on the River Kwai when Alec Guinness finds the explosive fuse and traces it all the way through the mud to where charges are attached to the bridge. The secret is to carry on until you find
There this climbing weed thing and its got small yellowe white flowers and it comes back every year and i always try to get rid of it but it keeps coming back . How do i get rid of it ? HELP!!!!! Bindweed? If it is-from a few days ago http
Morning all, first post on here, so please be gentle. 9 days ago we took over an overgrown allotment and have inherited a huge gooseberry bush, probably 5ft high. Very overgrown with bindweed, stray raspberries, couch grass and I am sure
grass, ground elder, bindweed and other problem weedsPlace plant supports over clumps of tall-growing perennials such as lupins and delphiniums
Plant tender crops outside, covering them with cloches when night temperatures fallDig out perennial weeds, such as couch grass and bindweed, from borders as soon as you spot themWash dust off the foliage of houseplants, and apply leaf shine product
and grows so so fast. Any help thanks. Are you talking about bindweed? http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/profile.aspx?pid=241 i have just spoke to the guy who told me what it was and yes its bindweed, sorry about that, thats why i couldnt find out