Weed Control

Weeds are ugly. They can impede harvest, transmit crop viruses or host destructive pests. Worst of all, weeds can critically reduce the quality of your lawn and eventually destroy it.

 

At the end of the day, having weeds together with green grass means competing for essential nutrients, which often hinders the growth of healthy grass.

 

If anything, weed control is necessary to maintain the lush and beauty of a lawn.

 

An important part of the weed control process is making sure that there aren’t any economic or environmental consequences to weeds’ growth and development.

 

If anything, we should use an acceptable weed control system to control weeds, or a combination of two or more approaches if necessary.

 

At “We Mow Dallas”, we’ve covered weed control quite extensively. Our guides give you the information you need to control weeds without harming healthy plants, so you can have a healthy lawn all year round.

 

Invasive Grasses in Lawns

7 Common Invasive Grasses in Lawns

It’s difficult to deal with weeds, but it’s even more challenging when the weed masquerades as aggressive grass. Invasive grasses in lawns can have you wishing for a fairy to appear and eradicate them. They blend in with your healthy lawns, competing for nutrients and strangling the grass you’ve worked so hard to nurture. Invasive grasses will

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