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How do I get rid of the Quaking Aspen suckers that are coming up in my lawn without hurting the trees or the grass?
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Aspen suckers are tough because that is how the tree grows. The only chance is to put a barrier down between the trees and the area where you don't want it and it needs to be at least 12 inches deep and 2 feet would be best.
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