How kill Arum Italica?

Scott Mcphee hyphae at email.msn.com
Mon Apr 10 00:12:44 EST 2000


How about boiling water??

Scott



Steve, Tammy, Chloe and Ellysha Hale wrote in message
<38edf23f$0$9082 at echo-01.iinet.net.au>...
>One method, though it is a little extreme is the old Kero or diesel on the
>foliage trick. Problem is you generally can't grow anything in the same
spot
>for some time. Also have you tried cooking them out? In summer put a layer
>of black plastic over the area where they keep recurring and let the sun
>bake them for a few weeks. This is both safe and inexpensive.
>SHALE
>""Michael Sherrell"" <grizzlyan at mindspring.com> wrote in message
>news:002901bf8ed7$db64ea80$d7c1aec7 at rossbranch...
>> Can anyone advise me on a 1-shot spray to kill Arum Italica? It's
tuberous
>> and has made comebacks from the stuff I've used. I could keep spraying it
>> with Roundup, but it's getting repetitious. I don't want to keep
>> experimenting around with other sprays, none of which have done the job
>yet.
>> I have dug it up where that is convenient, but in some places it's
>> unfeasable or just too hard.
>>
>> I wonder if weed oil would work.
>>
>> Mike Sherrell
>> Forestville, Northern California
>>
>>
>> Michael Sherrell
>> Grizzly Analytical (USA)
>> 707 887 2919/fax 707 887 9834
>> www.grizzlyanalytical.com
>>
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