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Springtime in Arizona is filled with
Watching as birds start leaving
their nests and wildflowers bloom
makes each day more enjoyable.
You may even wake up each
morning waiting to see what
else this season has to unfold.
With all good things come
a few nuisances.
Sighting a hummingbird at your
feeder is exciting, while finding
a weed in your yard is not.
Getting rid of Arizona lawn invaders
requires constant vigilance, but you
can do it with these tips.
People tend to focus on killing
weeds when they pop up
in their lawn.
Weed treatments are effective
at eliminating weeds.
You can also choke them out by
promoting healthy lawn growth.
Weeds need space to grow,
which is why you often find
them in dead patches of grass.
Watering and fertilizing your lawn
helps to create lush grass that
crowds out unsightly weeds.
Do you have weeds popping up
in your xeriscaping?
If so, then you might want to
check your irrigation methods.
Faulty sprinkler heads and soaker
hoses can send water flying
towards the rocks.
A simple repair can send it towards
the desirable plants so that weeds
no longer stay hydrated.
At times, you can catch a weed
when they are young.
Hand pulling weeds is fast and
effective for minor invasions.
If you choose to hand pull,
make sure to get the entire root.
Some weeds have long tap roots
that allow them to grow back.
The saying to pick your poison
applies well to weed control.
If you’ve ever sprayed a weed
only to see nothing happen, then
it is possible that you used the
Pre-emergent sprays are what
you’ll often see professional
lawn care technicians put down
in the spring and early fall.
This stops seasonal weeds from
germinating before you ever see
them emerging from the soil
Post-emergent sprays do
We apply these directly to plants
that are already in their prime