Preserving Public Parks for the Public
March 7, 2017
Filed under "Natural" Areas Program, Applies Pesticides
Tagged with Garlon, oxalis
Thank you for sending this; much appreciated.
Using this pesticide is NOT worth it! I’ve never seen anything that truly gets rid of oxalis and don’t know WHY we need to!! I frankly like to see the brilliant green as winter in the winter and the bright yellow flowers, it’s quite pretty and dies backs as other spring blooms start up. I pull it up around plants that need to be exposed before the oxalis dies back but I’ve never understood why everyone wants to get rid of oxalis! Nettle is far more troublesome – and what about miner’s lettuce, and wild onion – I didn’t plant any of these and they’re all over our garden. And as a cancer survivor, I am opposed to any kind of toxic pesticides. Learn to appreciate oxalis and live with it!
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