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January 14, 2020

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If you are having trouble with weeds, you need a weed killer. The problem is many commercial weed killers are full of toxic by-products that you don’t necessarily want growing into any nearby plant especially if you have a vegetable garden or fruit trees. You also simply might not want to put those chemical by-products into the atmosphere. Thankfully there are plenty of homemade weed killers that you can apply to your garden and best…

Weeds are the bane of many gardeners existence. It can seem almost impossible to get rid of some weeds that keep cropping up when and where you don’t want them. The key is a multi-faceted approach that includes killing the current we do have in preventing weeds in future. How to kill weeds permanently How to kill weeds permanently really depends on where the weeds are proving most problematic. There are ways to kill weeds…

Lawn weeds are any invasive plant that’s competing with your lawn for space and nutrients. Things like clovers, daisies, and dandelions are most common along with a long list of other weeds but preventing them is much better than trying to tackle a lawn full a weeds that have not been treated in years. Removing weeds promptly is the key to effective weed control especially if you have a large area and cover. This might…

If you notice moss on your lawn, you are right to be concerned. Moss can be a temporary issue especially after persistent drought or waterlogging but it can also point toward an underlying issue. If you have a brand new lawn, for example, a great deal of moss can be indicative of poor site preparation. If you have an established lawn, acidic soil conditions, inadequate food, inadequate aeration, even bad drainage can result in unwanted…