Weed control- best way??
Janet Pizaro on Jan 01, 2018where are the weedsHelpful Reply
Gale Allen Jenness on Jan 01, 2018whatever you do, don’t try the DIY weed control poisons, I have tried them all and I’m here to tell you they really don’t work! They may look like they work by burning the weed turning it brown and wither away. But the roots are still very much alive and it will grow back in no time! Spend the money and buy a good commercial weed poison for your area and the type of weeds you need to kill!. Trust me, you’ll be money ahead in the long run then messing with these natural weed poisons that don’t work! Vinegar, vinegar with salt, you name it I’ve tried it! Just don’t work!Helpful Reply
Deb Rear on Jan 01, 2018Flower and herb bedsHelpful Reply
Shoshana on Jan 02, 2018Suffocate them out by covering them in a couple of layers of newspaper and mulch.Helpful Reply
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