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December 18, 2018

Batman: Arkham Knight ‘Gotham is Mine’ trailer

The villains of Batman set out to make Gotham City theirs.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios have released a new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer dubbed “Gotham is Mine.”

The video sees Scarecrow unite the Rogues Gallery, including Two-Face, The Penguin, the Riddler, the Arkham Knight, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy, who ignite an all-out war as they try to take down The Dark Knight and claim Gotham City as their own.

Watch the trailer below. Batman: Arkham Knight is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide on June 2.

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How do you kill poison ivy growing in hedges? Dan Gill's mailbag

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Use the cut-and-treat-the-stump method of control for poison ivy. Look under the hedges and find where the poison ivy vines are growing out of the ground. Cut off each vine a few inches from the ground with hand pruners or loppers and immediately treat the fresh cut stump with undiluted triclopyr (Green Light Cut Vine and Stump Killer and other brands).

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QUESTION: How do you kill poison ivy that is growing in your hedges? — Michael.

ANSWER: There is no selective herbicide you can spray that will kill just the poison ivy and not damage your hedges. You would have to just apply the herbicide selectively to the foliage of the poison ivy and not get any on the foliage of the shrub. This would be very difficult.

However, you can use the cut-and-treat-the-stump method of control. Look under the hedges and find where the poison ivy vines are growing out of the ground. Cut off each vine a few inches from the ground with hand pruners or loppers and immediately treat the fresh cut stump with undiluted triclopyr (Green Light Cut Vine and Stump Killer and other brands).

The poison ivy vine stump will die and not resprout because the herbicide gets absorbed by the freshly cut surface and translocates to the roots. The shrubs will not be harmed. The remaining cut off poison ivy vines remaining in the hedges will shrivel up and die and can be removed. But, be careful. Even dead poison ivy vines will still cause rashes if you are allergic.

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