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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ETM, Jul 8, 2018.
Location GEORGIA. Every year in junipers on a steep bank. Snapshot applied and it still shows up.
I would guess a wild grape vine of some sort.
Mexican sour gherkin . Has little cucumbers on it.
looks like grapes from here the pre wont stop them i would pull what you can lose and put a piece of card board under them and than spray
All the grapes I've seen have deep sinuses and serrated margins. Looks like a cucamelon to me too.
Its morning glory, its easy to just pull it out.
Yes it is. But a pain every two weeks.
The problem is it is never "pulled out" it is just broken off at ground level leaving the root.
My guess is wild grape of some kind
Or porcelain berry
Depends on what flower and fruit would be a good positive for id
I don't think it's morning glory. It looks just like Mexican sour gherkin as CorgiTurf mentioned. Not sure if it has the same damning roots as morning glory. Morning Glory, cut up the roots and several will reappear.