Sever the rhizomes as they cross the property line and then cut the
culms off at ground level. Kick any new shoots when they are small.
Have a talk with your neighbor about *him* controlling *his* bamboo.
Travis in Shoreline (just North of Seattle) Washington
USDA Zone 8
First with a sharp spade plunge a line on the border to sever the
Then sever the stuff on your side of the line into foot square pieces
and pull or pry out. Keep your side from showing any green and go down
the line with the spade once or twice a year. That will get most of it.
Keep the rest under control as seen.
If you can work with your neighbor it's easier than just being pissed
off and going it alone.
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