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Weeds are invasive plants that can grow in your yard and lead to a full-on take-over. Weeds usually grow in yards that aren't properly tended to and treated correctly. If you have weeds, or you have an overgrown lawn, it can eventually lead to pests in your yard as well. Pests such as rodents, ants, moles, fleas, and all types of other pests may be attracted to your overgrown, weed-filled yard. If you have this issue, you need to take control of it right away. Read on for some helpful information about controlling weeds and controlling pests in your yard.
Keep Your Lawn Trimmed
You need to mow often in order to prevent weeds and pests from invading your yard. You need to mow your yard and keep the surrounding perimeter clear of weeds as well. Trimming can help promote the healthy growth of your lawn and reduce the number of weeds that you have. Keeping your lawn trimmed can help to reduce the population of pests that you may have. Pests prefer overgrown lawns where they can hide and nest easily. If you have an overgrown lawn, it may be an easy place for these pests to hide.
Spray For Weeds And Pests
You need to spray your lawn for weeds and spray for pests as well. Spray a pesticide and a fertilizer to thicken your lawn and help it grow healthier to fend off the weeds throughout your lawn. Spraying a pesticide will help to simultaneously get rid of the pests that are invading your lawn as well. Spray a pesticide or use a granular pesticide that can reduce pests such as ants, cockroaches, fleas, and even ticks, in addition to other types of pests as well. The pesticide will not harm your lawn in any way. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the pesticide and on the fertilizer that you use.
Water Your Lawn
Watering your lawn can also help promote a healthier lawn and can reduce the number of weeds that you have in your lawn. Weeds usually grow in drier climates and are usually able to attack a lawn that is dry, as the roots are not as healthy. This can also become an easy target for pests as well such as grubs.
If you have an issue with weeds in your yard, there's probably a chance that you also have a major issue with pests as well. Hire a professional pest control specialist to help you control both in your yard.
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27 July 2023