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Sycamore seedlings abound in my garden. Not usually a problem as they are easy to remove, but I missed one in an area where I was more bothered about the alkanet. It is now about 18-24 inches tall and bushy, and very close to a yew tree. I need to decide whether to try and dig it out or resort to chemicals. Any ideas about how deep the roots are likely to be? I finally killed the worst of the alkanet with extra strength glyphosphate and the help of the sunny spell, so I am quite prepared to give the sycamore the same treatment if that is easier than digging it out.
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