If you are looking for a reliable and knowledgeable weed control service, then look no further than our team of experts at My Landscaping. We have decades of experience in the industry and can provide your landscape with the necessary treatment to keep pesky weeds at bay. Not only do we offer weed control services, but we can also provide lawn care and landscaping services to help you keep your property looking its best. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a free consultation.

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Weed control service in Edmonton

Edmonton's expert weed control team

Weeds compete with crops for space, nutrients, water and light. Smaller, slower growing seedlings are more susceptible than those that are larger and more vigorous. Get free from the hassle by hiring our expert team. We provide weed control service in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Leduc, Beaumont, Fort Saskatchewan, Spruce Grove, and areas between. Don't wait to control weeds, it will make a big problem. Contact us for a quick  Edmonton weed control service.

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How much does weed control service cost?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the cost of weed control service will vary depending on the size and complexity of the job, as well as the provider. That said, you can expect to pay anywhere from $35 to $300 per hour for professional weed control services.

What is the difference between a weed and a plant?

Weeds are plants that grow in an undesired location, while plants are grown in the desired location. Weeds can be either native or non-native plants, while plants are always native. Weeds often have adaptations that allow them to grow quickly and reproduce prolifically, while plants typically grow more slowly and have fewer offspring.

Why weed control is necessary?

Weeds compete with crops for water, sunlight, and nutrients, which can reduce crop yields. Weeds can also harbor pests and diseases that can damage crops. Herbicides are used to control weeds by killing them or preventing them from growing.

How many types of weed control services do you provide?

We offer three types of weed control service: mechanical, chemical, and cultural. Mechanical weed control involves physically removing the weeds, such as with a hoe or pulling them out by hand. Chemical weed control uses herbicides to kill the weeds. Cultural weed control uses methods such as crop rotation or cover crops to prevent the weeds from growing.

Which other services do you provide along with removing weed?

At most weed removal services, you can also expect to get lawn care services like mowing, edging, and trimming. We also offer lawn fertilizer service. This is a great option if you want to take care of your entire lawn in one go. It can also be more cost-effective in the long run.

Do you provide free consultation for landscaping services?

Yes, we offer a free consultation for all landscaping services. We can come out to your property and give you a quote for the work that needs to be done. We always want our customers to be happy with their final product, so we want to make sure that we are a good fit for each other before starting any work. 

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Tips for Weed Control

 Let sleeping weeds lie

Every place in the landscape contains seeds of the weeds. But only few of them germinated which gets enough lights. So do not dig space without any purpose. In lawns, minimize soil disturbance by using a sharp knife with a narrow blade to slice through the roots of dandelions and other lawn weeds to sever their feed source rather than digging them out. Keep in mind that weed seeds can remain dormant for a long, long time.


A mulch is a layer of material applied to the surface of soil. Reasons for applying mulch include conservation of soil moisture, improving fertility and health of the soil, reducing weed growth and enhancing the visual appeal of the area.
wood chips, bark nuggets, straw, or even pine needles. 

Weed when the weeding’s good

“Pull when wet; hoe when dry”
Under dry conditions, weeds sliced off just below the soil line promptly shrivel up and die, especially if your hoe has a sharp edge. In mulched beds, use an old steak knife to sever weeds from their roots, then patch any open spaces left in the mulch.