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Marianne, I have berry plants with thorns in my front yard that grow every year, and the work to keep them trimmed isn't worth the few berries we get at the end of the growth season. I have read where the only way to kill them completely is repeat rototilling, is that true? If not, what do you recommend in order to get rid of these high- maintenance plants? Thanks, Ron Dimmerman Lakewood, WA
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