Getting Rid Of Wild Onions

Does anyone have any suggestions for killing wild onions? I have tried many things and they just get worse. Digging them up, works I know, but I have a lot of them in my 2 acre lot.

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By Jerry from north TX

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February 21, 20110 found this helpful
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Wild onions, though not a horse's best friend does have it's uses besides using tops like chives. They are not liked by most fire ants and they put nutrients in soil. Tilling and then adding Round Up works.
Brenda (Alabama)

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December 28, 20190 found this helpful

Round up is a toxin

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April 1, 20111 found this helpful
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Par III. You can usually purchase this or something like it at your local feed store. Do not waste your time with Weed-B-Gone because the active ingredients are such a small percentage of the product that you will have to buy it in bulk (which is the point).

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2-4,D is what you are looking for. Your yard will look like a golf course in no time.

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April 3, 20140 found this helpful
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Both wild onions and wild garlic prefer to grow in acidic soils that are low in organic matter. Applying lime to the soil will increase the organic matter and change the pH to levels that are inhospitable to wild alliums. Be careful to not apply lime near acid-loving plants such as rhododendrons or azaleas.

If you are not opposed to using chemical herbicides, look for a post-emergent herbicide that can be applied to the wild garlic or wild onions. Do not use a preemergent herbicide as this will have no effect on the underground bulbs. Before applying an herbicide to the wild alliums, it is helpful to mow the plants to rough up their foliage and increase their ability to absorb the herbicide. Once the herbicide has been applied, do not mow again for at least two weeks

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February 26, 20110 found this helpful

I love these things. They fill my flower garden up with the little white flowers. They also help with the weeds. Jenny

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February 26, 20110 found this helpful

Can you borrow a goat?

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