How to kill weeds in garden landscape

Jun 7th

The growth of weeds in garden backyard of a property half acre (0.20 hectares) creates a cluttered appearance in the landscape. To kill the weeds in the garden, gardeners employ cultural and chemical methods. Herbicides must be used properly to prevent damage to ornamental plants. In addition, gardeners should avoid using any herbicide that prevents or ornamental grass seeds germinate. While half acre landscape is a project of removing weeds in garden extensive, gardeners can use control methods to kill large areas of weed growth.

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1. Place on the floor six to eight layers of newspaper to remove lawn weeds in garden large areas where ornamental flowers will be planted. Use newspaper ink containing black and white.

2. Place a piece of plastic or landscape fabric over a large area annual growth of bad herbs. Cover with a layer of 3-4 inches of compost.

3. Spray large areas of weed growth evergreen broad leaves with an herbicide containing glyph sate. Because there are no selective herbicides for broadleaf weeds in garden beds, gardeners should use a broad spectrum herbicides for these areas. Follow the instructions on the label for dosage.