How to control weed in your garden

How can we have a weed-free garden?

But first thing’s first, what is weed really?

As per Oxford Dictionary - ”Weed is a herbaceous plant not valued for use or beauty, growing wild and rank, and regarded as cumbering the ground or hindering the growth of superior vegetation… Applied to a shrub or tree, especially to a large tree, on account of its abundance in a district… An unprofitable, troublesome, or noxious growth.”Bishop's weed

And weed was first first used as a garden term or plant and not the weed that the hippie lifestyle use for getting ‘high’ reason.

Weed is an undesirable plant that is a headache to every farmers and gardeners. Weed is a plant that grows and produces aggressively to the point that it is invading the habitat of your plant.
Weed can compete with the nutrients the sun light, soil, water can give.  It can infect and affect the growth of your plants to its desired quality.  It can cause root damage to your plants.
Not only that, weed also helps in sheltering insects, pests and seed eating birds.  And weed can also be harmful to humans bringing irritation to the skin and digestive problems.  Also to animals.  The natural poisoning and irritants it contain is very harmful.
In the video you are about to see, a simple gardener will teach you simple tricks and methods in controlling the growth of weed in your garden.

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