Weed Control

The most important rule of weeding: Don’t leave the roots behind. We all know how hard it is to ensure that the entire weed, including the roots are removed. Weeding often becomes a tiring task, and one that you put off for weeks and weeks, resulting in an unattended garden, which has been taken over and looks unsightly. They also take water and nutrients away from your lawn and other plants and can also survive in tough, dry conditions and reproduce quickly.

The best way to remove weeds is to tackle them while they are young before they flower and set seed, creating future generations of weeds to contend with. Generally hand pulling of weeds in garden beds or use of a non-selective herbicide will take care of your problem in hard to access areas like garden paths.

Weeds

weeds

A selective type herbicide will kill off certain broadleaf weeds while leaving your lawn unaffected, whereas a non-selective herbicide will kill both. It is extremely important to select the right herbicide however, as some broadleaf lawn types can also be affected when treating for weeds. Organic weed control methods are also available. Our Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening operators can maintain and look after your lawns all year round, ensuring that weeds aren’t able to take over.

Thicker Lawn

Our Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening operators ensure that your lawn is at its best. A thicker, well fed and maintained lawn helps prevent weed growth in the first place by choking out weeds, whereas a sparse lawn will most likely be infested by weeds.

Having a regular mowing service set up with your local Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening operator will also help to stop weeds from setting seed. Hand removal as weeds appear is a good option in between regular visits from your Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening operator. Our operators can also work with you and provide advice, so that you are well equipped to keep your lawns in fantastic condition.

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