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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.
“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.
Water the plants not weeds! Drip irrigation is the best way to watering your plants. This will save 50 to 60 percentweeding.
Close plant spacing chokes out emerging weeds by shading the soil between plants. Prevent weed friendly space during the plantation.
If you can not remove head of the weed, cut the head of it.