I have just noticed a sudden outburst of morning glory shoots all over one large flower bed. I had this under control for so long.
I have never had new tiny plants like this. They are not coming from the site I use to tackle. I did some research and my local County weed control information recommended I let them mature and treat when these thugs are flowering before hitting them with Roundup, as it is more successful. I can't let them grow for 6 to 8 weeks, they will be everywhere. Any one have a course of action that allows pulling or spraying now with fairly decent results. I know I have an uphill battle here, but I would rather work at them again next year, than look at them thru the summer. If there is actually merit in this recommendation please advise. I will if I must, but oh it will not be glorious at all. Thanks in advance. Laurie