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Just today, I noticed a bunch of little maple seedlings popping up in the front yard. What's the best way to deal with that? Will they die if I keep mowing them, or is there a broadleaf herbicide that will work better?

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I'd guess there silver maple,just pull them there pliable wrap then around a gloved finger and ease them out.

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If you keep mowing them down they will eventually get a hard woody stump and never go away. Just pull them out and forget them.

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The best way is to pull them, but depending on the size of your yard and the number of seeds that germinated that can be a daunting task. I also have this problem because I have 2 silver maples in my yard. I just continue to mow them and they go away.

For me, the ones that still get the woody stem are the elm seedlings. I have one of them too. I'm just bideing my time till it gets DED. Thats gonna suck.

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