Green Lawn Fertilizing – Lawn Weeds

There is an abundance of inaccurate and conflicting information regarding the effectiveness of organic weed control. Here are some of the most common industry misconceptions.

How to Make Weed Killer

How to Make Weed Killer

Looking for a natural alternative to chemical weed killers? There are a number of non-toxic remedies you can concoct with everyday household items. Read here to learn about how to safely zap these problematic plants.How to Make Weed Killer

How to Kill Bermuda Grass

How to Kill Bermuda Grass

Bermuda grass is a common grass that is often considered an invasive weed and one of the most common lawn-care challenges for homeowners. Read here about how to kill it off and inhibit its growth to keep your lawn under control.

Removing weeds can be back-breaking work. Luckily, there is a safe, effective method of killing them that can be found in most pantries! Here, learn how to zap weeds at the root, using only distilled white vinegar and other common household items.

How To Pull Weeds by Hand

How To Pull Weeds by Hand

You dedicate a great deal of time to weeding your lawn. Make sure that you’re taking the right steps to hand weed correctly.

Not all weeds are ugly. Some would make excellent flowers, and could even be an attractive complement in a garden. But when they invade your lawn, they not only disrupt the green grass that you’ve tried to build, but spread and make your lawn look patchy. One such example is a weed known as Oxalis.

Crabgrass is one of the most problematic weeds affecting Pennsylvania lawns today. That’s why it’s important to make smart decisions with regards to preventing and eliminating this difficult weed. The following are some tips for making a lawn free of crabgrass.

Henbit is also known as bee nettle or dead nettle, and is a member of the mint family. It is also an invasive weed that is not easily eliminated from your lawn.