The 5 Most Effective Weed Control Tips for Your Lawn

Weed Control

The 5 Most Effective Weed Control Tips for Your Lawn

Weeds are not the end of the world, but they can destroy family fun under the sun by ruining your beautiful lawn.

Hire a Professional

If your lawn is particularly large, hiring a professional weed control service can be the best option. Professional weed control services often use specialized equipment to eliminate weeds quickly and effectively. They also know how to get rid of tough-to-kill weeds like dandelions, clover and crabgrass. With the right tools and experience, they can keep weeds under control at a lower cost than you could do it yourself!

Professional services usually offer several options for treating different types of lawns as well as different types of weeds that are present on your property. They’ll assess what needs to be done before applying any herbicides or other treatments necessary for keeping your lawn healthy while preventing further growth from these unwanted invaders in one fell swoop!

Lawn Aeration

Lawn aeration is a process in which you remove plugs of soil from the lawn. This helps to improve root growth and improves the soil structure, allowing water and air movement to reach deeper into the ground. The machine that is used to do this is called an aerator, or core aerator. You can rent or purchase one at your local home improvement store. Correct lawn aeration is a crucial part of weed control.

Fertilize Properly

Fertilizing is a great way to boost your lawn’s health, but it’s important that you fertilize properly. When fertilizing, always do so in the early morning or evening. You should also consider the type of grass you have and what kind of soil your yard is made up of before deciding on a fertilizer brand and type. This will help ensure that your fertilizer is effective for both you and your grass! Fertilizing correctly can greatly help with weed control!

Improve Your Mowing Practices

To prevent weeds from setting roots in your lawn and choking out the grass, you need to mow it regularly. The first step is to make sure that you are keeping a healthy, thick turf by making sure it’s properly fertilized and watered. Mowing correctly is an essential part of weed control.

Your next task is to follow some simple rules:

  • Mow when the grass is dry. This will help eliminate any clippings that might otherwise form a mulch barrier preventing new growth from reaching the sunlight below.
  • Mow at the right height for your lawn. A rule of thumb is to mow on hot days when there aren’t many insects around so as not to attract them or cause them injury; however, if there are no insect pests present but rain or dew has fallen recently then wait until those conditions have passed before cutting back again just so long as this does not delay getting rid of problem areas where weeds have taken root into nearby areas which would otherwise be kept well trimmed by regular cutting practices throughout summer months (June through September). Don’t forget about mulching blades which can reduce waste by up tp 50% when used correctly!

Soak the Whole Lawn

When it comes to controlling weeds in your lawn, one of the best things you can do is water your lawn. Watering your grass will help keep it moist and healthy, which makes it less hospitable to unwanted weeds.

To achieve this goal, make sure you water your entire lawn at least once per week. This will prevent any dry spots from developing on your lawn—areas where weed seeds can germinate and take hold. When watering, try to avoid watering just one area of the yard at a time; instead, use an irrigation system that covers the whole yard so that not even a single patch goes without moisture.

Using an irrigation system also allows for precision when it comes to timing when you water: as long as there are no restrictions in place due to drought conditions or other factors (such as local ordinances), early morning and evening can be great times for sprinkler systems because they’ll get the job done while allowing you easy access throughout most of the day if needed.


So there you have it, five ways to keep weeds from destroying your lawn. We hope you enjoyed reading this article and learning about how we can control weed growth in our lawns. Weed control can be stressful, but now that you know all about the different methods of controlling weeds, go out there and get started!

Lawn Lovers provides professional weed control services in Calgary! Contact us for a free quote!

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