I have just discovered I have some Deadly Nightshade plants growing on my property, and I'm not sure of the best way to deal with them. The plants seem pretty well established - they must be about 2 meters high.
My thinking is along the following:
First pick off the berries and dispose of these (i.e. throw them in my tip - I have kids and would prefer these are not around)
Next spray the plants with glyphosate on a sunny morning and leave for a few weeks.
Cut the top half of the plants and burn (or chop into logs and put into tip. Attempt to pull the bottom half of the plants out and burn, along with the roots. If the plants won't come out at roots, cut them off at ground level.
Is this a practical solution - are there better ideas?