Learn how to get rid of pesky weeds once and for all.
By Julie A. MartensMore in Outdoors
When it comes to removing lawn weeds, the most direct tactic is still the simplest and best: pull them. Carry a lightweight bucket to hold the weeds you gather, and keep a tool in the bucket that makes weeding easier. If you have plenty of weeds but are short on time, focus on pulling ones that are setting seed. Not allowing plants to reproduce is a key strategy in winning the war on weeds.
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