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Where Do Weeds Cause the Most Trouble?

Where Do Weeds Cause the Most Trouble?

Weeds are not only unsightly, but they can be a huge nuisance to deal with when they can just regrow every time you pull them out of the ground.

There’s no doubt that weed control is one of the trickiest tasks you’ll ever face when it comes to landscaping. Your home’s curb appeal relies on more than just how your house looks. Weeds are not only unsightly, but they can be a huge nuisance to deal with when they can just regrow every time you pull them out of the ground. Plus, you are probably crying with frustration because your pets will keep trying to eat them. So, where do you look to stop them in their tracks? Let’s find out together!

Open Pathways

Your yard needs to have open pathways and easy-to-pass walkways. Otherwise, how will you be able to showcase all the lovely landscape and hardscaping features that you’ve arranged? The problem is, however, that the weeds plaguing your yard are scheming to conquer your paths. Thus, pathways created from looser materials such as bark mulch, decomposed stone,  and worn-out stones become prime real estate for potential weed overgrowth. 

Under Your Shrubs

Shrubberies are a wonderful way to add aesthetic appeal to your home’s exterior. Even so, you need to keep a close eye on them because those pesky weeds will try to get away with hiding from you. Because the spaces underneath shrubs are often shaded, moist, and difficult to reach, it’s another hotspot for weed seeds to congregate and rapidly multiply. 

Around Unpaved Areas

Leaving unpaved zones around your property won’t do much to discourage the infestation of weeds, either. Weed control measures can challenge you to think outside the box, and it’s going to make your life easier if you follow suit. So stretches of grass, mud, and gravel can still be an open invitation for weeds to take over. 

In the Narrow Cracks 

Small cracks between paving stones, brick masonry, and concrete slabs seem pretty harmless at first. Don’t be deceived; weeds like to hide in the crevices. If they can go unnoticed for long enough, they can push the pavers or bricks aside. Not only is this scenario is a nuisance, but it can also be dangerous to walk on otherwise-fine patios or walkways.

Beneath Your Deck

Spring is almost here, and you know what that means. Even in the late winter, you can’t let your guard down in regards to weed control. Be sure to look under your deck and see what’s going on down there. Even though there isn’t much sunlight, weeds can still run amok. 

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