It's time to win the war against weeds. Take back your lush lawn with these easy tips.
With perennial weeds, seeds aren't the only problem, because they produce fewer of them.
Instead, perennials ensure their own survival by developing extensive underground root systems and/or sending out runners aboveground. If you catch them young, perennial weeds can usually be pulled out of the ground easily. But once established, they can be next to impossible to get rid of, as anyone who has battled Bermuda grass or yellow nutsedge in flower beds will attest.
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