Pull dandelions while they're small, before they produce a taproot and set seed.
Wild chervil is difficult to control because of its extremely deep taproot and its resistance to herbicides.
Wild parsnip has a long, cone-shaped fleshy thick taproot.
Hand pulling that removes the taproot may be practical for managing small populations.
The majority of the taproot has to be removed to prevent regrowth.
It has a large, woody taproot with fibrous rhizomes that form a dense mat.
Other trees, such as the elm or maple, do not have a dominant taproot.
Growing from a deep taproot, its upright stems have numerous spreading branches giving the plant a ball shape.
It sends down a fast growing taproot which enables it to obtain moisture from many levels.
It is a low growing shrubby plant that grows from a woody crown and taproot.