How to Kill Oleander Roots?

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To kill Oleander roots, first snip off the branches. Then unearth the entire plant. To make sure that this plant will not grow again, spray stump killer to the soil where the plant was unearthed. To choose the right spray, make sure the spray contains triclopyr.
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