It is a dark overcast day where I live, and, oddly that so often leads me to feel less lively. So, welcome to this week’s article. I am trying really hard to compose more frequently, hopefully I can achieve some regularity this time.
If bees are public enemy #1 for most farmers, lawn owners and gardeners tend to view weeds with very much the same perception. Weeds are non-native plants that are unwanted in a certain place and time and can be very much harmful to your plants and even public amenity. I wanted to write this at this time of year, as I trust it should assist you once you start on your weeds.
It’s imperative that you prevent weeds from taking control of your yard lest you wish to see your plants die one by one before the year’s end. Don’t let their harmless-sounding names (chickweed, dandelion and crabgrass) fool you; if you allow them full liberty to grow, you might find it impossible later on to regain control and recover the beauty of your garden.
Found below are several tips for better and more effective weed control:
Defensive Measures against Weeds<br>
My statements could look a little obvious, but for several people I know it is definitely not apparent.