Weed Control Methods
Getting rid of weeds from your lawn or backyard is a tedious, unending struggle. Luckily, you have your friends at U-Do-It Weed & Pest Control to suggest to you the right products to help you fight this problem and make it a whole lot easier to get rid of unwanted weeds and bushes. We can suggest to you different types of herbicides that we carry depending on what types of weeds you are trying to rid yourself of. We sell top brand herbicides and weed control chemicals only here at at U-Do-It Weed & Pest Control and we will be more than happy to steer you the right way so that you can eradicate the unwanted plants successfully.
But what exactly qualifies as a bad weed or bush? There are a few characteristics that tell you if a certain plant is a useless weed that you need to get rid of. If they grow too fast and have no material value and are simply getting in the way of the other plants that grow in your garden or lawn, then you might want to treat them with the right herbicide and kill them all. If you choose this route, make sure to always adhere to the herbicide label instructions because by law, you may only use the herbicide specifically to destroy a certain type of weed. The use of the herbicide must be used in accordance to the instructions on the label.
Also there are other ways of eradicating bad weeds besides using a herbicide. Many people still turn to manual removal as this is fast and affordable but also tedious. If you resort to this method, make sure you pull out the root as well as they could re-sprout again and again if not destroyed correctly. Also you can till the soil by plowing the weeds out of the ground. The cut and swap method involves cutting the weeds as close to the ground as possible and then spraying them with a herbicide.
Preventing the spread of weeds.
This is very difficult to achieve as weeds can spread very easily through the release of their seeds that are then carried to other areas of your lawn or garden by wind, pests and other methods. What you want to do is prevent the weeds from developing seeds and having the seeds blown or transported to other areas of your lawn or garden. Your best bet will be to apply the right herbicides to the area where you have cut off or pulled the weeds. This should yield you some results, it’s a simple process. Just pull weeds out by hand, or use a hoe, and spray your chemical product. That’s it. This should be all you need to do to successfully destroy unwanted weeds in your home or garden.