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Cultivated morning glory vines are a popular annual with gardeners. But as this week's featured poster in the Landscaping Forum knows, getting rid of wild morning glory vines can be a real pain. See what our experts have to say on the subject.

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October 30, 2010 at 11:57 am
(1) dolly says:

We let them grow up our fences all summer and fall because we like the flowers. When they’re completely dried out in the wintertime, we go after them with a weed-burner. That’ll take care of the thick vines and the ashes will drop down to where they’ll surely grow again next year.

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