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Sweet potatoes are relatives of morning glory (including the wild morning glory or field bindweed), all members of the Ipomea genus.
These super aggressive weeds include blackberry, Scotch broom, bindweed (also known as invasive morning glory), horsetail, English ivy, poison oak and old man’s beard (also known as traveler’s joy; an invasive species of clematis).
That’s also an attempt to make our soil less attractive to field bindweed (wild morning glory).
There’s no mention of quackgrass or field bindweed in its killing swath, but the label may claim that control.
It can be confused with bindweed (wild morning glory), but is much smaller.
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