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ARE YOU BOTHERED BY ‘GARDEN WEEDS’ ?

The (     ?     ) will be the savior of garden troubles.                                                                             ———The following article will answer your confusion.

GARDEN WEEDS CAN BE THE BANE OF A GARDENER’S EXISTENCE.

In fact, one of the reasons I procrastinated starting my own garden years ago was because of the weed-pulling.

I imagined myself locked into 1 hour per day of weed management, and decided it just wasn’t worth it.

Now, as a more seasoned gardener, I’ve realized it’s INCREDIBLY simple to have a weed-free garden.

This method even works in places like Arizona, where we primarily have Bermuda grass, which shouldn’t be called grass at all because, let me tell ya’, the stuff is invasive like no other. It acts just like all the other garden weeds.

GARDEN WEEDS: HOW TO KEEP WEEDS OUT OF GARDEN

The best way to keep garden weeds at bay is by fighting nature with nature by using wood chips.

Wood chips can do amazing things, my friend. 

While mixing wood chips into your soil is a BIG NO-NO (it will compete for nitrogen and starve your plants’ roots), keeping a nice THICK layer of wood chips on top is exactly what your garden needs to get rid of those garden weeds.

And the best part?

That layer of wood chips will slowly break down, providing an amazing boost to the plants by encouraging microbial activity, reducing insect activity & disease, reducing the need for fertilizer, helping retain moisture, keeping the soil soft, and more.

What you’re doing, really, is mimicking nature.

Instead of using weed-killers or breaking your back pulling out weeds, you’re creating an environment you’d find in the forest. As the tree drops it’s leaves, it creates it’s own mulch, keeping the other competing plants away and feeding itself naturally during the breakdown process.

WHAT IF I ALREADY HAVE GARDEN WEEDS THAT I NEED TO PULL?

This is the best part. Placing wood chips over the weeds will kill them, so if you’ve got a large area to work with, pile on the wood chips and expect the garden weeds to decompose into the soil within a week.

HOW TO APPLY WOOD CHIPS TO YOUR GARDEN

  1. The best thing to do is to start calling local tree trimming companies, and asking for them to come dump a load of wood chips at your home. They are usually happy to do it, although you do need to call every day to be put on the list. We get a load about twice a year, but if you need a much smaller amount, you can team up with local gardeners in your area and share it.

  2. After you’ve prepped your garden soil and you have seedlings that are at least 3 inches high, start to layer mulch around your plants. As your plants grow, continue to add wood chips up to 6 inches around your plants. This should keep away all of the garden weeds.

  3. When it comes time to re-plant your garden, scrape back the wood chips and put them aside as you add any compost or additional soil. Then, when your seedlings reach the correct height again, add those wood chips back.

 

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2 thoughts on “GARDEN WEEDS: THE EASIEST WAY TO GET RID OF THEM FOR GOOD

    • Michael says:

      Thank you for the kind words! I’m glad you enjoyed the post, hope the information and machines in this article will be helpful to you. If you have any questions or need assistance with anything, feel free to ask. Cheers!

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