To keep garden weeds in check, get a good hoe and keep it sharp. Use the hoe to cut weeds off just under the root crown; aim for about a half-inch below soil level. That method disturbs soil less than pulling weeds and keeps new weed seeds from migrating to the surface where they can sprout.
To keep garden weeds in check, get a good hoe and keep it sharp. Use the hoe to cut weeds off just under the root crown; aim for about a half-inch below soil level. That method disturbs soil less than pulling weeds and keeps new weed seeds from migrating to the surface where they can sprout. Home & Garden Television
To keep garden weeds in check, get a good hoe and keep it sharp. Use the hoe to cut weeds off just under the root crown; aim for about a half-inch below soil level. That method disturbs soil less than pulling weeds and keeps new weed seeds from migrating to the surface where they can sprout. Home & Garden Television

Garden Checklist: Declare war on weeds

March 27, 2015 5:00 PM

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