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Bamboo | Weed Control

…using Resolva. This herbicide mixes a contact herbicide 'diquat' mixed with the well known systemic herbicide 'glyphosate', to eradicate both perennial and annual weeds. It is the glyphosate that will be most effective on bamboo, and there are lots of products on the market that use this as their…

Russian Vine Weed | Weed Control | Gardening Information

…solution then your best bet is to dig out the roots. You will need to keep an eye out for any regrowth which should be removed in the same way. Otherwise, use a systemic glyphosate based herbicide such as Round Up which can be painted on to the leaves. You may need a couple of applications though.

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 21st December 2011

…this is an arduous task. You will need to keep an eye out for any regrowth which should be removed in the same way. Otherwise, use a systemic glyphosate based herbicide such as Round Up which is best sprayed when the plants are actively growing in spring and summer. Choose an overcast, still day…

Thompson and Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 12th July 2013

…this happens and all you can do is to try and keep control of the plant growth on your side of the fence. Strong chemical herbicides such as Glyphosate or Vitax SBK Brushwood Killer aren't always effective on ivy due to its glossy moisture-resistant leaves. Ivy is very resilient - if you decided…

Horse Tails | Weed Control | Gardening Information

…over by hand as you will only spread the plant further still. Cut back as much as you can at ground level and when the new growth emerges use a glyphosate based herbicide to kill it off; but be warned that you may need to make up to 5 applications before it shows signs of weakening. Try to keep on…

Staghorn Tree | Weed Control | Gardening Information

…have made an appointment for a return visit to poison the suckers and retreat the stump. However, you can have a go at this yourself with a glyphosate based herbicide such as 'Roundup tree stump and deep root weed killer'. Most importantly, you will need to make several applications to eradicate…

Japanese Knotweed | Weed Control | Gardening Information

…the cause. If you do have Japanese Knotweed it is best to get rid of it as soon as possible. The best method is to cut the stems and insert a glyphosate based herbicide into the hollow stumps - you'll probably need to do several treatments to properly eradicate it! Dispose of any cuttings at a…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th October 2013

…or hoeing should help keep the plot clear. If you don't mind using chemicals then try using strong weed killers which contain triclopyr or glyphosate such as SBK Brushwood Killer or Scotts Tumbleweed. Cut back all growth to 20-30cm (8-12รข ) from the ground and apply the weed killer to the…

How To Sow Wild Flower Seeds

…weeding is impractical, a systemic glyphosate-based weed killer may be used, although care should be taken to apply glyphosate on still, windless days. Avoid the use of glyphosate in areas that contain ponds and waterways. * Dig the soil over and firm it well before raking to create a level seed…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 2nd September 2011

…top of them, and eventually they will become starved of energy and give up invading your border. Alternatively you could try painting a systemic glyphosate based herbicide such as Round Up Tree Stump and Root Killer on to the leaves of the new shoots when they emerge. However your will still need to…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 21st February 2014

…Nettles can be pulled out, brambles and ground elder can be rooted out with a fork and any regrowth should be treated with an application of glyphosate to kill off the roots. Take your time over this. Once the area is clear, you will be able to see exactly how much space there is and make a decision…

Facebook Question and Answer Session 27.06.14

…the area as you will only spread the plant further still. Cut back as much as you can at ground level and when the new growth emerges use a glyphosate based herbicide such as 'Roundup' to kill it off; but be warned that you may need to make up to 5 applications before it shows signs of weakening.…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 8th August 2014

…although you don't mention what is growing there at the moment. If it is full of weed then I would suggest that you spray it off with a glyphosate based weedkiller to ensure that you have a clean border to start with. This can be done now, as it may take a few weeks for a systemic herbicide…

Facebook Question and Answer session 25th July 2014

…over your compost heap! They are easy to spot as the rhizomes are white. Any further growth can then be treated with a weed killer that contains glyphosate, which is carried through the plant to its roots, causing death of the entire plant. This is a non-selective chemical and will kill your garden…

What to do in the garden in August

What to do in the garden in August There's always something to be doing in the garden, whether it's pruning, tidying or sowing, so we've put together our top gardening tasks for August. In the flower garden Michael Perry (New Product Development Manager) says... Think bulbs! The distinctive…

What to do in the garden in July

What to do in the garden in July There's always something to be doing in the garden, whether it's pruning, tidying or sowing, so we've put together our top gardening tasks for July. In the flower garden * • Cut back faded perennial plants to keep borders tidy. * • As your Penstemon flowers…

What to do in the garden in September

What to do in the garden in September There's always something to be doing in the garden, whether it's pruning, tidying or sowing, so we've put together our top gardening tasks for September. In the flower garden * • Continue to feed and dead-head your hanging basket and container plants - they…