Three-way mixtures containing dicamba or dichlorprop (combined with the standards 2, 4-D and MCPP/MCPA) can provide moderate to good control. Encourage the bindweed stems you can’t dig out to grow up canes, away from the foliage of other plants so you can kill off the weed entirely by applying glyphosate. Persistent pulling of the stems will weaken it somewhat. Bindweed, a relative of the morning glory vine, was brought to America from eastern Europe over 200 years ago, according to Associated Content. Scotch broom. Blackberry. For example, 2,4-D is largely ineffective against bindweed if used alone. In my opinion July is the very best time to kill bindweed. It resembles a morning glory vine because it has tubular purple or white flowers. Resolva 24H Weedkiller provides a visible result after 24 hours and goes on to kill the root of the weed, so weeds do not return. Post-emergent herbicide application of bentazon (basagran), acifluorfen (blaser), or gulfosinate ammonium (libery, ignite) can also suppress Field Bindweed. Miraculously, I won. (e.g. Forking bindweed out is the only way truly to get on top of it, and you have to sieve carefully for broken fragments. If you do this ofter enough it will not be able to get energy from the sun, etc and will have to keep drawing on under ground reserves and it will die - … That means you will have to spray the plant each time it comes above the ground. Bindweed survives many herbicides that kill other plants. Westland Resolva and Doff Super Strength Glyphosate) As the stems of bindweed typically weave their way round other plants, unfortunately it’s often difficult to apply spray weedkiller or you would kill off your plant. English ivy. The ready to use formulation controls annual and deep rooted garden weeds including grasses, docks, nettles, dandelions, bindweed and many more. Rene EisenbartWith bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), it was an heroic fight to the finish. The exercise was to clamber through the steep garden spraying all the leaves of the bindweed without spraying the plants. Horsetail. The surest way to kill Bindweed. Though bindweed is considered by many American gardeners and farmers one of the most hated weeds in America, Eastern Europeans do not consider bindweed a weed. Amateurs excessively fear any spray might be misdirected onto their plants. I find the best way to control Bindweed, I don't like using chemicals, but with bindweed I feel its justified, is to ask your gardener to treat the growing leaves with weed-killer containing Glyphosate this attacks the leaves and the roots and will kill the complete plant. Field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) is a noxious vining weed common in the U.S. A few herbicides that have been proven to do a good control job on Field Bindweed is 2,4-D, dimcamba, which is in banvel and glyphosate which can be found in round-up and touchdown. Bindweed's flowers, with their pink-striped undersides, are pretty, but the weed is very difficult to get rid of. The range is available in a number of sizes and formats to meet … My weapon was a small, cheap but accurate hand sprayer. Bind weed must store a lot of energy under ground in its roots. Resolva Weedkiller 24H RTU controls a wide spectrum of annual and deep rooted perennial weeds including Grasses, Couch grass, Docks, Thistles, Nettles, Dandelions, Bindweed & many more weeds. The 24H formula is broken down naturally in soil leaving no residue. It’s a non-selective weedkiller applied to the foliage, where it is transported throughout the weed to the roots. Glyphosate gel is the best choice here; it was the only weedkiller that didn’t splash onto ornamental plants and cause damage in our trial. However, bindweed can live many years as a perennial and continue to grow underground during the dormant season. The herbicide quinclorac is highly effective at controlling bindweed. Bindweed can twine its stems around garden plants, killing them.