How to Get Rid of Blackberry Bushes?

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There really are only a few truly good ways that you can get rid of blackberry bushes. One way is to cut them down completely and keep them cut to prevent them from springing up.
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1. Spray blackberry canes and leaves with a systemic herbicide containing triclopyr (like Brush-Be-Gone) or glysophate (like Roundup) These are often labeled as "blackberry killer
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Pull Out the Bushes Roots the Plant Grass Over The Hole.
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Herbicides such as glyphosate, also called Roundup, as well as tric...
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Okay, I have lived this so I think that I can answer this somewhat successfully. First, they are vines, not bushes. I don't know the type of blackberry you have, we have the invasive
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How to Get Rid of Blackberry Bushes
Introduced Himalayan blackberry bushes are invasive in most areas of the United States, and native and cultivated berries also spread vigorously. Because blackberries spread by underground buds, called nodes, Jed Colquhoun, a weed scientist at the Oregon... More »
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Blackberry bushes are hard to get rid of. Completely cut all stems and vines to the ground. Then start digging and digging! You have to dig deep to get to the roots. Once you've dug deep enough pull the roots out.
The simple solution is to use roundup. Apply it at the warmest part of the day when theplant is getting the most photosynthesis. They will dissappear.
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