Weeds are invasive plants that are unwanted in gardens. They absorb the nutrients and moisture from the desired plant. They inhibit plant growth, quality, and yield. They help spread and protect plant diseases and attract insects. Weeds can be the trickiest or easiest gardening problem to deal with. The key factors in controlling it are planning and persistence. You have to weed it.
Experts say that "the first step is to choose a garden that is relatively weed-free." Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, especially for urban and suburban residents who initially work in confined spaces. If possible, avoid areas with a lot of weeds.
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To start a vegetable garden in a weed-infested location, spray the area with a non-selective weed killer such as clouds. These reviews are toxic to humans and pets should follow all precautions. Moreover, it is not organic and not completely ecological. There are a number of organic and more ecological weed control methods that will be discussed later in this article.
After all the unwanted plants have died, the site rotates all the soil to force the root crops to rot. The second treatment before planting will help remove the next generation of weeds. Herbicides such as mulch can be useful in preventing more weeds from germinating. Add the necessary fertilizer and other soil modifications as you grow.