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Weed Control in Cracks & Crevices

Learn how to keep weeds from growing between cracks and crevices.

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Top 59 Weeds Projects

  1. 1. The Secret of Mulch (02:47)

    Mulch adds a finished look to a garden and provides a natural weed barrier.

  2. 2. Softening A Rectangular Yard (20:00)

    Gino renovates a weed-filled, rectangular-shaped nightmare of a backyard.

  3. 3. Outdoor Tools (00:20:00)

    Chris Grundy's checking out everything you need for the great outdoors.

  4. 4. Lawn Care (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics on lawn care.

  5. 5. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 1 (05:52)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

  6. 6. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 3 (04:10)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

  7. 7. Keep Garden Beds Weed-Free

    When it comes to keeping weeds out of your garden beds, there are a number of options. DIY Network reviews several "plans of attack."

  8. 8. Perennial Weeds

    The gardening experts at DIYNetwork.com take a look at various perennial weeds and show how to take care of your garden.

  9. 9. Heitfeld's House of Horrors (20:00)

    Jason transforms Kevin and Kay's weedy yard from worst to first.

  10. 10. Saltwater Weed Killer (00:00:24)

    Stop weeds from overtaking your yard with this environmentally safe trick.

  11. 11. How to Identify Common Lawn Weeds

    The lawn experts at DIY Network discuss what familiar weeds reveal about your lawn’s growing conditions and how you can control t...

  12. 12. The Secrets of Mulch (00:60)

    Ahmed Hassan gives viewers the tip of the iceberg on mulch.

  13. 13. An Eco-Friendly Way to Win the War against Weeds

    Keeping weeds from crowding your squash crop doesn't have to mean lots of harsh chemicals. Here are some natural, easy solutions from D...

  14. 14. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 2 (04:46)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

  15. 15. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 4 (05:13)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

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