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Do you remember the last time you loved your garden? Working in the yard doesn't come naturally to many people, which is why you might be a little disappointed with how your space looks and feels. However, you don't have to let your outdoor space be overwhelming to you. I wanted to make this blog to help people to not only learn how to garden, but how to make it more enjoyable. This blog is here to give people a better idea of what to expect and how to make things work outdoors. Check it out for great tips that can improve your curb appeal.

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3 Ways to Reduce Weeds in Your Yard

When it comes to your yard, weeds are one of the things that can really get in the way of you keeping your yard looking great. There are lots of different methods you can use to keep the weeds in your yard away. 

1. Minimize Soil Disturbance in Your Yard 

The truth is that weed seeds are all over your yard. Your yard is full of weed seeds, as they are carried on the air. When you disturb the soil in your yard, you will bring weed seeds to the surface, which can then promote weeds to grow in your yard. 

That is why you shouldn't stir up the dirt in your yard for no reason. You should only dig in your yard when you need to plant something. When you dig, you need to try to minimize the soil disturbance as much as possible to keep dormant weed seeds at bay.  

2. Pull Weeds When the Soil is Wet 

Next, you need to choose carefully when you pull weeds. When you pull weeds, don't pull the weeds when the soil is really dry. When the soil is really dry, you more than likely will not pull out the entire root system. That is why it is best to weed after a rainfall, or after you saturate the ground. When the soil is damp, it should be easier for you to pull out the weed and its root system. As you weed, be sure to hold on and pull the weed at the bottom, not near the top of the weed. 

3. Spray the Weeds 

There are a few different ways you can spray the weeds in your yard. You can spray your yard even before the weeds appear. You can find out weeds by having a landscaping specialist come out and apply a special weed killer that will prevent the weeds from showing up in the first place. If you later have a specific type of weeds show up in your yard, you can call back the landscaping specialist, and they can apply a herbicide that will kill those specific weeds in the yard.  

When it comes to reducing the weeds in your yard, you should minimize soil disturbances in your yard. However, your own efforts might not be enough or you'd rather let someone else handle it. Get your yard in order today by contacting wee spraying services through online resources such as