Thanks for the reply. I planted it in the gravel bottom. I’ll try the Glyphosate.View attachment 114606@J-Roz Just looked that plant up and you must have it planted in the mud, dirt of a natural pond perhaps? I looked it up and this is what it says about removing it:
Another site says:
Can glyphosate affect birds, fish, or other wildlife?
Pure glyphosate is low in toxicity to fish and wildlife, but some products containing glyphosate may be toxic because of the other ingredients in them. Glyphosate may affect fish and wildlife indirectly because killing the plants alters the animals' habitat.
Thanks for the reply. I spent a long day pulling it out a year ago but it has come back. I’m going to try the glyphosate.If it’s the same stuff I have — very invasive once it gets going — the best thing I’ve found to do is yank/pull it out! And keep pulling, and pulling! Man, that stuff has stems/runners so tough that you think you’re pulling on a piece of elastic string.....but it eventually comes out.....or breaks.
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