There is a common misunderstanding that particular plants are always weeds. Not completely accurate since weeds are simply just undesirable plants. Weeds are nothing more than plants growing where they are not wanted. A dandelion might be a weed found in your lawn, If you are creating a garden of dandelion and grass starts to sprout, then the grass is unwanted. They destroy the aesthetic appeal of your garden do to the fact they are an eyesore in your garden or lawn. The major issue with weeds is how they battle with your flowers, plants, or grass for water and nutrients while distracting from the appearance of the variety of plant you are growing. The following article will be focusing on lawn weeds, how to single out, stop, and destroy them.
Lawn weeds can be profiled under two categories based on the way they grow from seeds.
1. Commonly identified as weedy grasses,
2. Grow from the seed with one leaf sprouted.
3. Monocots include clover and dandelions.
1. Commonly identified as broadleaf grasses.
2. Grow from the seed with two leaves sprouted.
3. Dicots include crabgrass and quackgrass.
Weeds can be divided even further into three extra categories, one in particular branches off into two more categories.
- Perennial weeds
- Biennial weeds
- Annual weeds
- Summer annual weeds
- Winter annual weeds
Perennial weeds can survive for more than two years producing new seeds during each one. Having a lifespan of two years Biennial weeds’ seed production usually don’t occur until the second half. Biennial and Perennial weeds are occasionally paired together considering they require a similar solution to be rid of them. Germinated from seeds Annual weeds become fully grown, and produce additional seeds in under a year. Summer annual weeds germinate during the spring and grow in the …