Brazilian pepper plants were brought to Florida but they are very invasive. The crops are most common in Florida’s swampy areas. It’s possible, although they are likely to grow at San Francisco. Destroy the plants can disrupt the growth of other plants and trees which grow in the Bay region. The plant may also be detrimental to people.
Put on safety goggles, gloves, long-sleeved shirt and long pants to protect your eyes and skin.
Cut off any large branches of the plant together with gardening shears.
Cut the rest of the plant with a chainsaw. Cut it at ground level for a successful eradication.
Apply herbicide straight away. Place into a spray bottle and spray on the stump or paint it on using a paintbrush, following the directions included with the item. Coat the stump using the herbicide.
Eliminate by pulling on them or simply by spraying them with herbicide.
Eliminate the Brazilian pepper plant based on your San Francisco ordinance. Call your regional trash company to find out what the rules are.
Reapply herbicide to any new expansion for four to six months following your first program. This will assist in preventing Brazilian pepper plants.