I'm pasting this over from the landscaping section. Nobody has bitten yet. I have an estimate to do this week that includes removal of a large area of dense, mature snake plants.(one side of a 4-plex and 20' wide) There are also other patches about 10X20. Is there a better way to kill them off than hand pull and rake out the rhizomes? This area is bad enough to warrant rental of equipment if that what it will take. Further complicating matters is Brazilian pepper and another spreading weed similar to a hibiscus in the area. On top of that, there are large oak trees in the mix that need to be unharmed. The peppers and other weed are easy to cut off and kill; but from past experience, snake plants do not seem to respond to glyphosphate and would probably just come back up from the rhizomes...... Is there a way to kill off the snake plants for good?