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I need to know what is best for killing vines? I have a fence full and I would like to get rid of them.
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Most vining plants can be killed with an herbicide containing glyphosate. (RoundUp is the best known brand name). Follow all label directions. Here's a link to a good USU Extension publication about weed control:
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