All those weeds in your garden, you try to do everything but nothing helps? It always grows where you don’t want it. Not only are weeds not pretty, they also damage the plants and other crops in your garden. Weeds like fertile soil and will grow anywhere they can. Therefore, tackle this problem as soon as possible, otherwise your garden will be completely overgrown within a short time.
Weeding and hoeing weeds takes a lot of time. The downside is that you won’t see weeds until they come up. The roots of the weeds have long since entangled themselves between the other plants. It keeps coming back and you are almost running out of time to get started with your own crops. Keeping up with weeds in your vegetable garden can feel like a day job after a while, so much work is involved.
Your crops cannot do without water and so do the weeds. The weeds in your vegetable garden love it. When watering the plants, try not to overwater the weeds. Keep in mind that you do not make the soil too wet so that your own plants drown. Large puddles of water around the vegetable can cause the plant to die and rot. A perfect soil for fungi and even more weeds!