What's the best way to get rid of weeds from your lawn?


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Hanery Kroze answered

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Lily Bradic answered

Getting rid of weeds isn't as difficult as you might think, and there are many different ways of doing it, depending on what your priority is.

How To Get Rid Of Weeds In A Hurry 

The best quick fix for getting rid of weeds is to just pull them out manually - grab a pair of gardening gloves and start pulling them out by their roots.

This is also the best method if you're trying to de-weed a grassy lawn, as you won't damage the surrounding grass.

This won't stop more weeds appearing in their place, but it's good if you need to make your lawn look good in a hurry!

Cheap Long-Term Methods Of Weed Prevention

The best way to prevent weeds from popping up in the first place also happens to be one of the cheapest ways of keeping them at bay.

Once your plants are in place, cover the soil around them in one of the following:

  • Layered newspaper (the most popular, and surprisingly, the most efficient option)
  • Landscaping cloth (can be bought in rolls)

Then cover the newspaper or landscaping cloth with mulch (shredded wood, pine needles, etc.). Unfortunately, this method only works for flowerbeds, and won't do much good on a grass lawn.

Alternative Solutions For Killing Weeds

  • Weed-killer (be careful - this can also harm the grass if you get the wrong type, and it can also be expensive)
  • Boiling water (for flowerbeds only. Watch your toes!)
Whatever method you go for, it's important to remember that gardening requires maintenance, and that if you don't keep picking out the stray weeds that are bound to grow regardless of what you do, your efforts will be for nothing.

Manual removal works best on a lawn - you just have to tend to it regularly. Good luck!

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