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WEKILLWEEDS.COMSpringtime is when most people
focus on prepping their lawn
for the upcoming seasons.
In the previous months, you might
have put down pre-emergents that
stop new weeds from germinating.
WEKILLWEEDS.COMYou may have also invested time
in cultivating a healthier lawn.
Now, it is time to rev up your
efforts for weed control.
WEKILLWEEDS.COMArizona weeds are built to survive
the summer heat and move into areas
where other plants cannot thrive.
Adding these strategies to your lawn
care plans keeps weeds away as the
days grow longer and hotter.
Lawn Care Issues
WEKILLWEEDS.COMA weakened lawn gives weeds the
perfect opportunity to take over.
Lush blades of grass help to stop
sunlight from reaching the soil where
it helps weed seeds to germinate.
WEKILLWEEDS.COMA thick lawn also provides seeds with
fewer places to get buried in the soil,
and healthy grass takes water away
from a weed’s root system.
WEKILLWEEDS.COMIf you’ve noticed that your lawn is
drying out or developing signs of stress,
then now is a good time to find out
what is wrong.
Fertilization and increased irrigation
could help restore the health of your
lawn so that weeds aren’t able to grow
WEKILLWEEDS.COMThe summer heat means that you
may need to increase your watering
schedule for lawns and other
While this can keep your grass and
bushes healthier, it is possible that
the runoff could nourish weeds
in some parts of your lawn.
WEKILLWEEDS.COMMake sure that sprinklers and soaking
hoses don’t spray onto rock gardens
and other places where you don’t
want weeds to grow.
On Established Lawns
WEKILLWEEDS.COMIn the early spring, you might have
had to avoid certain weed
treatments to allow for seeds or sod
to have a chance to thrive.
At this point in the year, your grass
might be established enough that