Weed Killer Gardening Technique

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Check out this weed-killer gardening technique! We admit that a completely weed-free garden may not exist on Earth, however, there are ways to dramatically reduce the weeds that compete with your garden plants for growth.

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I am kind of curious to see

I am kind of curious to see how this method will contend with Bermuda grass... the bane of my existence.

Every year I use newspaper or

Every year I use newspaper or cardboard and compost/mulch from the municipal mulch pile along with my grass clippings. I love having almost no weeds to contend with and as a bonus it helps build the soil.

I have started new gardens where a lawn used to be, using this method in the fall. By spring all it needs is a light digging or tilling, if you wish, and you have beautiful soil for your garden plants. My local soil is sandy with some clay and I have never had a plow or tiller on my garden spot, the tilth is excellent. It couldn't get any easier than this.

Will try it next spring.

Will try it next spring.

THIS IS A MUST TRY -

THIS IS A MUST TRY - WELL DONE!! I THINK YOU HAVE SOLD THE IDEA TO ME AND I FEEL CONFIDENT IT WILL WORK. I'M STILL WAITING FOR THE GRAND CHILDREN TO COME SO WE CAN START THEIR FAIR GARDENS. THIS CONCEPT IS ONE I SHOULD TRY WITH THEM. I NEED TO MAKE A COUPLE OF PURCHASES FOR THE COMPOST AND MULCH, AND I'LL START SAVING MORE NEWSPAPERS. THANK YOU!

We have to put straw on the

We have to put straw on the north and westside of our house in the winter. We then recycle in the spring by using it on our garden for weeds. Works great!!

I do this with thin cardboard

I do this with thin cardboard boxes and them put straw on top. It works so well. No weeding between plants or rows.I still plant the seeds from the soil, with just a small opening. It works wonderfully, I HATE WEEDS, too. Thanks for sharing

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