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why are weeds growing in my lawn

Why are weeds growing in my lawn

Anywhere compacted soil can be found

These areas are particularly vulnerable to infestation because there is simply not enough healthy, nutrient-rich soil or grass present to crowd out aggressive weeds. Since the majority of local properties feature at least one or several of the problem areas listed above, many homeowners struggle with maintaining a weed-free lawn all year round.

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And once you’ve spotted one, you’re sure to see more! Weeds seem to keep multiplying until they’re a huge, unattractive problem.

My lawn is all weeds. What should I do?

Low-mowed grass, compacted soil and water-deprived turf all encourage weeds. Reversing these problems and maintaining a healthy lawn is the best way to permanently say goodbye to weeds.

Any tricks for killing weeds in the lawn without killing grass?

If you spray that, you can kill 80 to 100 percent of weeds’ top growth, found USDA research.

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