Need advice about most responsible way to dispose of vine
The Rosa setigera we ordered just arrived and we are very excited to plant it.
We are planting the rose to replace a large wild grape vine in our garden that is infested with grape phylloxera...we don't normally eradicate any native plants except poison ivy, but the vine is a wreck from this insect, and it's in a really visible spot in our yard.
Just wondered if anyone had advice about the most responsible way to dispose of the infested grape vine. We don't burn any yard clippings or leaves, but I'm not sure if it's a good idea to compost this infested grape. There are other wild grape vines in the area that are infested this year too, but I just worry about throwing it out there on our compost pile, or dropping off the remains of the vine at the local compost center.
We also thought about just sort of throwing it somewhere in our woods, since the other wild grape in our area are already infested.
Any suggestions? Would hate to have to call some kind of professional removal company or something, but would be willing if it's recommended.
(Zone 6b, PA) Thanks in advance.