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How to dispose of invasive plants

May 2, 2013

Dead, nearly dead, yanked up, or poisoned plant parts present a disposal challenge for the home gardener. Please bear in mind that you do not want the refuse to regenerate somehow in your yard or wherever it is hauled off to. Otherwise, the infestation might return or pop up elsewhere—not good.

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End of season sanitizing

November 23, 2009

Written by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth, authors of What’s Wrong with My Plant?, this post originally appeared on their blog. End of Season Sanitizing It’s late November and garden ghosts from last summer’s bounty may still linger in standing dead stalks of flowers long gone. Unfortunately, some of this left-over plant material may be […]

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