Whacking Weeds & Promoting Healthy Plant Life
Canada is a natural wonder. Everywhere you look, there is either planned or persistent plant life. Whether it is a neighbourhood garden or just natural patch of green, it would take years to get to know all the plants in your community. Because of this, it is easy to miss it when weeds start to take over. Everyday weeds can be leafy or flowered, short or tall but they are all trouble for your lawn or garden. If you are having a difficult time managing invasive growth or plant life, one call to Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! can help whack away weeds while encouraging healthy plant life.
Don’t Ignore Weeds
Every day that weeds are allowed to thrive around your property,
healthy plant life is suffering. Root systems run deep underground, sucking up
resources from surrounding greens that you want to thrive. Fruit plants, like
strawberries for example, are in direct competition for resources and can die
out if weeds are sucking up their water and sunlight.
Dandelions are a type of flowering weed that just about everyone
is familiar with. It is no surprise these these tiny terrors spread their
numbers quickly and can take over properties before you know it. The most
important rule of treatment for weeds is to act quickly! Many of these plants
have a shelf life- as long as they do not flower and seed. This means that
identification and removal need to be completed as soon as possible – and there
is no one better for this job than a professional.
Don’t Bother With DIY
Even if you are able to spot a troublesome growth, there is
always the question of the best way to deal with it. Many gardening centres
will offer up chemical removal methods, to make life easier for their clients.
Any time you are dealing with a harsh chemical, there are things that can go
wrong. Improper applications can ruin surrounding areas, burning grass and
killing off otherwise healthy plants. When you choose a professional lawn and
garden service, specialists understand
the ins and outs of physical removal and chemical treatments.