Getting Rid of Bindweed or Morning Glory

I have just started a new garden and in making new beds now find sprouting up all over what I believe is the above (morning glory) which I have never encountered before. Seems to come from deep down and breaks off when pulling. How to get rid of it?



By Dee H

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May 23, 20140 found this helpful

Why get rid of it, when it blooms in the morning, the flowers are really pretty. Get a trellis for it to climb on. My late aunt had morning glories climbing a trellis in her yard and she never had trouble with it spreading.

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August 20, 20161 found this helpful

Morning Glories have ruined my garden spot. Completely choked out my tomato and pepper plants. It's time to plant turnip greens but I know it will destroy them too. Hate, hate them. Most invasive pest I've ever seen!

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