Answer: Some eradication measures are plant specific and I am not certain what the vines might be. I suspect wild morning glory (also called field bindweed) with funnel shaped flowers, but I could be wrong. You can take a sample of the plant to your local nursery or cooperative extension office for positive identification and control strategies. In the meantime, if it were my garden, I would dig the plants out, roots and all to keep them from producing seeds until another control measure can be found. Good luck with your new garden!
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