Tips To Get Rid Of Weeds From Your Lawn

Who doesn’t love to have a beautiful garden lawn with a perfectly green lush? Everyone does, it’s the best place in your home to relax while looking at your plants. Although, it takes a lot of hard work to achieve that dream lawn of yours. A lot of people endure tiring moments, especially during the summer season. They patiently spread seeds, water the crops and plants while removing those pesky weeds that ruin the scenery. This post will introduce some tips to get rid of weeds from your lawn.

Yes, pesky weeds are one of those irritable problems that take out the life from our beautiful gardens. Sometimes it’s hard to control them, and they multiply rapidly. Weeds are just like any other normal plants and can grow back no matter how much we try to weed them out. Learning how to make our garden a place where weeds will be difficult to grow back is a step closer to how we can maintain the beauty of our lawn.


There are some things that we can do to make weeds disappear and prevent them from growing back.

Tips To Get Rid Of Weeds From Your Lawn


This is the traditional way of removing weeds immediately the soonest you see them popping in your garden lawn. It’s the simplest and cheapest method, but it may also be tedious for you. Ripping them from the ground and making sure that the root comes out too from the soil to prevent them from growing back. Using a tool is recommended if you think the weeds are difficult to pull out from the ground.

Properly dispose of the weeds that you also have pulled out from your garden. You can try composting the grass that you have removed. Try to follow the right composting method to avoid the seeds from the pulled weeds in propagating again.


Get Rid Of Weeds by Herbicides

Weeding requires a lot of hard work. If this is not preventing those weeds from coming back, using herbicides is the usual and quick solution. Herbicides or weed killers are used when controlling unwanted plants that keep pestering your garden or lawns.

There are many kinds of herbicides, and it is best to know a few things first before using one. The following are things you must consider:


Types of weed

Identify first the type of weed growing in your lawn. Try to also know what stage they are in. Once you have known what it is, that is the time you need to know the right kind of herbicide that is best for removing it.

Kinds of Herbicides

Now that you know what kind of grass is pestering your garden, it’s time to pick the best weed killer for it. Look for a local gardening shop that sells herbicides, or you can also check online to find one. There are two types of herbicides that are used for removing weeds.

Pre-emergent herbicides can prevent the seeds from growing and from becoming weeds. Post-emergent herbicides are for weeds that are actively growing ones, and this is best for those garden owners who don’t like to pull weeds themselves.


Before applying herbicides, we should follow some safety guidelines. Carefully read the instructions and labels of the product. Follow them properly on how much to apply and when to use them. Find the best container or applicator for the herbicide that you intend to use — wearing protective gears, like gloves or masks to ensure your safety from the effect of the herbicides.

Synthetic and chemical herbicides are dangerous. They can cause health hazards to people, animals and even to plants. If you think that your lawn problem is not that chronic, I suggest  a traditional way of removing weeds.

Proper Lawn or Garden Maintenance

Having a lawn maintenance schedule is suggested to keep it weed-free. During autumn, seeding your lawn will help prevent those weeds from growing into those spaces in your garden. Fertilize your lawn and give it a short mowing before winter. Apply a pre-emergent herbicide and pull weeds that are lingering on your lawn during spring.

Regular mowing is also recommended during spring and summer to maintain the growth of the grass. Watering your lawn is also important. It is best to do infrequent and deep watering since your lawn only needs 1 inch of water per week. Try to avoid regular light watering or watering too little as it can encourage weeds from coming back into your garden.

Weeds always find an opportunity to grow back whenever they can and when they find the perfect spot that has good sunlight. An effective way to keep them from growing into those spaces is by seeding them. Crowding weeds will prevent them from rooting into those spaces.

If planting grass in those spaces or areas doesn’t work due to poor light or soil conditions, try mulching that area or some landscaping alternatives that can prevent weeds from growing in. These methods also can prevent sunlight from coming in, which is essential for easy weed growth.

When planting new flowers, plants, or vegetables in a new untreated area, it’s best to avoid high power tillers. Go easy in cultivating, and minimize soil disruption. Some weed seeds may be sleeping in your soil that if you disturb them, it will most likely awake. Some weed seeds can stay dormant for years, and they are just waiting for the right time to germinate.


Weeds like to grow in poor, compacted and disturbed soil. Building a rich soil can reduce the growth of weeds in your garden. Try constructing raised beds and fill them with weed-free garden soil when planting flowers or vegetables to prevent the majority of weeds from growing in. Also, soft, loose, and highly aerated soil in raised beds makes it easier to remove weeds when they begin to sprout.

Maintaining your lawn is a good practice to keep it healthy. Weeding and using herbicides are only procedures or ways to remove the weeds from growing in your garden. Taking care of your lawn is the best way to keep those pesky weeds from pestering you. It takes time and effort, but it’s all worth it to enjoy that perfect lawn you dream of.

Tips To Get Rid Of Weeds From Your Lawn
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Tina Martino

My passion is gardening. Along with my husband and children, each year we grow a garden large enough to provide our family of five with over half of our needed produce. Besides vegetables and a small berry patch, I also focus my attention on beautifying our home with strategically placed flowers, herbs, and flowering plants. Gardening is more than just a hobby; it is a way of life.

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