Killing Wood Hyacinths

vstrich added on May 24, 2016 | Answered

Is there any chemical or organic method of contolling wood hyacinths?

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Answered on May 27, 2016

A broad leaf herbicide can be applied according to package directions.
You can add a wetting agent to the product to aid in application.
On a warm calm day, use a sprayer to apply the chemical to the flowers and leaves of the plant.
The chemical will kill anything it touches, so use caution.

Wait 7 days and dig up the bulbs and dispose of according to the directions in the link below.


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