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Everyone seems to have a preferred
way to deal with weeds.
For instance, you might have watched
your grandparent pour boiling water
over unwanted plants in their yard.
While you’ll often come across some
good advice when you talk to your
family and neighbors, it is still possible
to make these common mistakes that
hinder your efforts at weed control.
Starting Too Late
In the Season
If you wait until you see weeds popping
up, then you can expect to be dealing
with an extensive problem.
Once weeds show up above ground,
they may already be capable
of spreading their seeds.
The best way to keep them under
control is to start out early in the
spring with pre-emergent spraying.
In Arizona, this also needs to be done
in the fall to kill off winter weeds
before they begin growing.
Forgetting About Natural
You’ll often see people putting down plastic and other types
of barriers, and this can be effective in rock gardens,
provided that you keep them maintained.
There’s also something to be said for a lush and healthy lawn for choking
out weeds. When grass is healthy, it covers up bare dirt that could serve
as a place for seeds to get buried.
Thick grass also helps to block sunlight from reaching
a newly planted weed seed.
Most people start out with the best
intentions of enjoying a beautiful
spring day outside with their
kneeling mat and weed pulling tool
Yet, things can quickly spiral out
At best, you might just miss a few
roots that grow back with
the next rainfall.
At worst, you could wind up with
a sunburn or pulled back muscles
that make you dread the next
While you can successfully pull a few
errant sprouts from your garden,
you’ll want to leave more extensive
work to the professionals.
Have you ever been tempted to just
mow over weeds so that they’ll
blend in with the landscape?
If so, then you may have just
scattered seeds all over your lawn,