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How to remove ivy with these very simple steps – and keep it away forever


Next, she said to purchase some herbicide, specifically solutions that are intended for ivy or brush. In her video, she uses BioAdvanced Brush Killer, which retails for about £11 on Amazon.

Brittany said: “I bought this bottle because it hooks up to my garden hose and can cover large areas quickly.”

She suggested a natural solution as well, using white vinegar and dish soap. The soap helps the vinegar stick to the ivy; be careful not to spray plants you want to keep.

After a few weeks, the ivy should be mostly gone. To keep it gone for good, use a rake to remove any leftover vines from the dirt.

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