[tomato] Re: BINDWEED isn't garden variety Morning Glory! was RE:

Tantrika (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Sun, 27 Jun 1999 17:47:26 -0700

ya I just read that.  If that is what pam has (and I hope the websites were
helpful that way) she's gonna have to go after it with a a real mean
attitude. <g>

At 08:04 PM 6/27/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Tantrika wrote:
>I think picking the blossoms sounds like a good idea.
>"Garden variety" morning glories (an annual) and bindweed (a perennial) are
>related but very different when it comes to "pest quotient". Bindweed is a
>*serious* problem. Since bindweed spreads by roots, as well as by seed,
>picking the blossoms to prevent seed formation is not going to take care of
>the problem.
>Catharine/Atlanta, zone 7b