There’s a pretty white flower in the yard — a perennial that resembles a morning glory.

And it’s the nemesis of Bob Cheyney, the Harvey County Noxious Weeds director.

“With bindweed, we have such a seed base I doubt we’ll ever control it,” Cheyney said. “The seeds can lay in the ground for 50 years and still be viable seed.”


There’s a pretty white flower in the yard — a perennial that resembles a morning glory.

And it’s the nemesis of Bob Cheyney, the Harvey County Noxious Weeds director.

“With bindweed, we have such a seed base I doubt we’ll ever control it,” Cheyney said. “The seeds can lay in the ground for 50 years and still be viable seed.”

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