bindweed


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Related to bindweed: field bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis

bindweed

Herbal medicine
A perennial vine widely distributed thoughout temperate Northern and Southern Hemisphere; it has been used as a laxative and as a folk remedy for jaundice and gallbladder disease, which increases bile flow.
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Likewise, maximum frequency of field bindweed was recorded for single MB ploughing integrated with glyphosate (1 MB + glyphosate) and minimum for single MB ploughing following cultivations eight times (1 MB plowing + 8 cultivations) (Table 2).
Wear latex gloves and a thin woollen glove - or a sock - and wet the growth with glyphosate, ideally when the bindweed is just coming into bloom.
On the plus side, bush morning glory (Convolvulus cneorum) and ground morning glory (Convolvulus sabatius) are bindweed relatives that deserve wider garden use.
The magazine says: "It seems there is nothing worse in the garden than bindweed.
One of the most notorious weeds is field bindweed, described by one researcher as "an out-of-control morningglory.
KEEP on top of weeding and pay particular attention to pernicious weeds such as bindweed and ground elder.
new into free makes to Bindweed is a nasty one because it twines around other plants, growing over them, and is hard to separate without damage.
TACKLE bindweed in borders by removing or painting on weedkiller (you don't want to kill another plants in the process by spraying wildly).
Rose & rosaceous bindweed mistaken for violet, magenta starfish