I have wire grass in a perennial flower bed. It is invasive and has spreading roots and I cannot get rid of it. Please advise.
Thank you.

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  1. Helene Wollin wrote on :

    You have two choices: chemicals which are atrizine based (and therefore dangerous) and physically digging around in the beds every year, pulling up every single nasty white root and getting rid of it (don’t put that stuff in your compost bin). The rate of birth defects and breast cancers in areas where atrizine chemicals are used a lot (like the Midwest in corn growing areas) is pretty high, so I don’t recommend using them. I see the digging as part of my wellness program –

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