How can I get rid of Plumbago

It's all woody and although I cut it back, it's sprouting up all over the place


07 August 2011 06:05 AM

Hi Lesley,

Yates Zero Glyphosate 490 g/l can be used to control Plumbago when used at 8 ml/L. As the weather warms up the new shoots will emerge and these can be sprayed. Glyphosate is systemic and will translocate throughout the plant. You may need to apply a second appication in a couple of months time if more shoots emerge.

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