A weed can try to eliminate them before they grow and then grow and thus able to enjoy a garden in all its glory.
The weeds are a very common problem in most of the gardens and their growth only harms the beauty of our lawn or garden. Remove them or make them appear very few not as difficult as we think.
In this article, they were especially how to prevent them from growing or appearing as little as possible from them.
Cleaning and herbicide. If we are to sow or plant new grass, ideally, is that before you do clean up the ground well, removing all rhizomes, bulbs or roots we can find to try to leave the land as clean as possible.
With land and clean water abundantly, Allow 3 or 4 days and remove the herbs that are grown and hechar herbicide, then wait for 15 days, then take herbicide and planting or sowing.
In this way the amount of brush that can leave will be very little.
Malla. You can also place antihierbas meshes that are very useful, for example in gardens cactus or stone walkways.
This mesh is placed on the ground and fixed in by means of nails. This mesh prevents the free growth of weeds and their finishing is done by covering it with gravel, pine resin, etc..
Irrigation. The bare ground (ie no plant or grass) should not be watered too often as the weeds grow quickly. It is best to aim irrigation where plants.
Flowers . Ideally, when we detect a weed just the retire, because if it grows too and blooms, the flowers dry seeds desparramaran weed in a larger space.
Padded. Another way that our garden look flawless, is to make a quilt in places where land is bare and the base of the plants, where there is no grass. This padding fulfills several functions, for example, prevents the seeds receive sunlight and therefore can not germinate, allow to maintain soil moisture for longer therefore plants require less water and decompose, provide nutrients to the soil, of course this is only with organic mulches.
Among the elements that are used for quilting can be found: pine bark, leaves, pebbles of various colors, straw, peat and compost.