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Creating a New Lawn
Weeds are opportunists. They will find bare spots or places where your grass is weak, and they will exploit them to their advantage. They quickly invade due to their rapid growth rates and high reproductive capabilities. Weeds compete with plant growth by competition for light, water and nutrients. Weeds can harbor various pests.
According to university specialists, perennial weeds are some of the most persistent and difficult-to-control weeds that we encounter in our yards and gardens. One reason for this is that perennials can reproduce from seed rhizomes, stolons, tubers or corms (see definitions below). Perennial weeds often survive and become troublesome because we typically apply herbicides to these plants at the wrong time of year. More...
Tropical Plant Care 101
For the seasoned gardener or house plant fanatic, keeping house plants alive and thriving might be second nature, but by no means a great secret! Light, water and humidity, proper soil, fertilization, an occasional cleaning, simple pruning and knowing your insects are the keys. More...