Spent all yesterday in hot sun, cutting down this horrible strangling creeper that was colonising several trees.
Each tendril is yards long, dotted with cluster bomb colonies at intervals. If you try and just tear it down, either the tendrils snap or the bomb colonies fall to the ground and break apart into separate tubers, that roll away into gaps, where they sprout hundreds of new plants. Like metastatic cancer.
So you have to take them by stealth, either unravelling each strand individually (too slow) or chop down all the affected tree parts, then dismantle the spaghetti on the ground.
It would have been dispiriting work, except I was fuelled by hatred of the stuff. And I had enough ladders and useful equipment.