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Check out these new strains from Barneys Farm seedbank Barneys Farm Glookies feminised seeds.

ACE Seeds are your entry card into the world of real premium cannabis seeds. Rhino Seeds wouldn’t even look at them if they weren’t amongst the best in the world so you can trust in their authenticity and quality. Also when you order yours today you get:

ACE Seeds are your entry card into the world of real premium cannabis seeds. Rhino Seeds wouldn’t even look at them if they weren’t amongst the best in the world so you can trust in their authenticity and quality. Also when you order yours today you get:

We’ve actually got some cool guides on our blog. Check out our beginners guide to choosing the best cannabis seeds and our top tips on how to store and preserve seeds here.

Here, you’ll find every top brand as well as some of the equally creative little guys, meaning there’s something for everyone, even the most advanced seed specialists looking for something new.

All of these beautiful seeds are only sold by us to be collected or used as fish bait or bird seed; in the UK it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds to grow into cannabis plants. Once you buy seeds, you’re fully responsible to stay within the law and should always check the law in your country before purchasing.

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Also, keep a look out for award-winning seeds. If they’ve won the High Times Cup, you simply can’t go wrong and there will be a wealth of information online about those particular strains so you’ll be in the best position when your order arrives.

Autoflowering seeds are high performance seeds that will automatically flower from their vegetative state without much effort. With just the minimal amount of TLC, they will flower and generally produce high yields. They can be regular or feminised, so it’s just about making life easier for yourself.

Over the years, they have been developed to be great options for both indica and sativa heavy strains, meaning they’re potent and fast. Like their feminised counterparts, they are also resilient and easy to maintain indoors or outdoors. For this, we can be thankful to the skilled breeders, such as Auto Seeds, Critical Mass and Royal Queen Seeds.

Both CBD and THC are active chemicals or cannabinoids present in the marijuana plant and are both able to be extracted from the plant. However, each chemical has very different characteristics.

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On average, a single cannabis seed cost about 10 EUR – 15 EUR (12 USD – 18 USD) each.

Prices of cannabis seeds are determined by various factors. Here you can think of:

How much do weed seeds cost?

In many countries, also in the Netherlands whereby far the most cannabis seeds are developed, it’s forbidden to grow cannabis plants and there are hefty prison sentences and fines. Yet, to produce cannabis seeds and to meet demand, many plants are needed. Breeders therefore have to take risks.

People who plan to start growing weed will soon be dealing with many questions. Here you can think of: What do I need to start growing? Where do I get my supplies? Which strain shall I grow, and how much do weed seeds cost?

Besides the production process and the risks that affect prices, genetics are also a very important factor in the determination of the price. Genetics are actually the DNA of the plant and in addition to the environmental factors, genetics determines the degree of potency. Here you can think of the quality of the weed, taste, ripening and yields.

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Because bedstraw gallops over and around all surrounding plants, there is no herbicide that can be used safely. The only option is the gardener’s usual “seek and destroy” of pulling and bagging it up. Luckily, it is shallowly rooted. The only good part is that the prickly plants can be shaped into a ball and lobbed out of the bed. If bedstraw is composted, the seeds will survive. It may be necessary to put it in a black, plastic bag, add a little water and lay the closed bag in the sun with the intention of steaming the seeds into submission.

For many gardeners, this spring has brought an invader that seems supercharged and has popped up in many garden beds and areas that are not managed. It has many common names such as bedstraw, cleavers, catchweed bedstraw, sticky-weed or sticky-willie, to name just a few. Its botanical name is Galium aparine. If you have ever fought with it, you will remember it, even it you didn’t know its name.

Bedstraw produces small, white flowers followed by many small fruit that contain two seeds each. The round, green fruit and seeds are also prickly cling-tights. It is very easy for people or animals to pick up a load of hitchhiking seeds and transport them to a new area. The leaf layout is distinctive. The six to eight narrow, green leaves are arranged in whorls around the stem.

Bedstraw. Photo credit: Ted Bodner, plants.usda.gov

The annual weed bedstraw has made its presence known across Michigan gardens.

Bedstraw grows rapidly in the spring and has long, weak stems and leaves that cling to everything like Velcro. Bedstraw climbs haphazardly over all of the surrounding plants, creating a sticky tangle of vines. Both the leaves and the stems have fine hairs tipped with tiny hooks. Because of its rapid growth, it can shade out smaller plants in a short time. When bedstraw grows in the sun, the prickly hairs are more robust than on shaded plants and can be more irritating to those pulling it out. The irritation is similar to being sandpapered. If you are sensitive to this scratchy plant, wear long sleeves and gloves when removing it.

Every spring, some obnoxious or annoying weed becomes a big pest in many yards and gardens. Andy Warhol’s statement made long ago could also be applied to weeds: “They all get their 15 minutes of fame.” Some magic confluence of temperatures and rainfall has favored it over all the other weeds residing in many yards.

Keep in mind that bedstraw can grow in the late spring and fall, too. So be on the lookout for this grabby weed and pull it when it is small. And remember that next year, another weed will have its moment of fame.

The root system is a very large, thick, fleshy taproot that has a brown, corky, shredded surface.

The genus name Arctium was derived from the Greek word for ‘bear’ and likely refers to the scruffy, brown look of the burs.

Root System:

Cotyledons of common burdock and giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) are similar, but giant ragweed cotyledons are smaller. As young seedlings, broadleaf dock (Rumex obtusifolius) and curly dock (Rumex crispus) can be confused with common burdock except they do not have hairs on the underside of the leaves. As a rosette, common burdock resembles cultivated rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum), but the leaves of rhubarb do not have wooly undersides and its petioles are solid and tinged red. Common burdock flowers are similar to those of bull thistle (Cirsium vulgare), but bull thistle stems and leaves have spines and its leaves are deeply lobed. Great burdock (Arctium lappa) is similar in appearance to common burdock except it grows to 9 feet tall, has larger flower heads arranged in flat-topped clusters, and the petioles of its rosette leaves are not hollow.

Velcro was inspired by the tiny hooks on the burs of this plant that stick to fur and clothing, similar to the sticky side of Velcro.

Common burdock is reported to have a high mineral and vitamin content and is commonly found in health food stores in pill form.

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(The same can’t be said for most other milkweeds.)

Zinnias add multi-bursts of color to your garden with their showy blooms. The taller varieties attract large butterflies including monarchs, and those hyper-winged hummers.

Buy this for the hummers, but look for some late season visits from monarchs too.

3. Mexican Sunflowers

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Get more bang from your asclepias selections. These 3 varieties are all monarchs host plants for caterpillars, and nectar plants for both monarch butterflies and hummingbirds…and lots of other pollinators!

Some people believe that by creating a butterfly garden focused on monarchs, you’ll leave the other poor pollinators out in the cold…that couldn’t be further from the truth!

Possibly the best nectar flower for attracting both beauties to your garden doorstep. The brilliant orange flowers are tall beacons of light that the pollinators can’t miss. However, the dwarf varieties have not shown similar powers of attraction.

Trumpet vine’s sap has a skin irritant that makes some people and livestock itch if they come into contact with it, hence one of its common names: cow itch vine.

Trumpet vines prefer well-draining soil, but they’ll thrive in almost any soil. No need to add organic matter at the time of planting.

Plant trumpet vine in one of those 5-gallon plastic buckets sold by Lowes, Home Depot and Ace Hardware. Cut the bottom out of it, then put the container in a hole in the ground in your yard. The bucket will keep the vine’s roots from spreading. You’ll get trumpet vine without its nuisance aspects.

Varieties of Trumpet Vine

Trumpet vine is an easy-to-grow native plant that has masses of showy, yellow, orange or red trumpet-shaped flowers that hummingbirds adore. Sounds great, right? Well hold on before you plant it. The woody perennial vine can take over a yard in a single season in the warmest, wettest places, growing 30 and 40 feet tall and covering trees and fences faster than you say “Damn that invasive plant!” If you’re not vigilant, trumpet vine can escape your yard and choke out other plants in the surrounding landscape.

Pruning: Did we mention you need to prune these guys? It’s nigh impossible to overprune a trumpet vine. It’s so vigorous a grower it always comes back. Early in spring before new growth appears, cut the plant nearly to the ground, because aggressive pruning is the only way to keep it from taking over your yard.

That said, for people who live in arid climates, trumpet vines are a go-to plant. I and my neighbors in New Mexico adored our trumpet vines because they thrived in the infertile, hard-pan soil, survived on our paltry 15 inches of rainfall a year and endured tough Rocky Mountain winters. Trumpet vine brought a welcome shot of tropical color to the high-desert landscape.

They grow in part shade to full sun, but you’ll get the most blooms in full sun.

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Now bury it on top of the rooting pack so the base of its stalk is level with the top soil. Give it a proper watering to set the roots in the ground, then skip your next watering so the roots can take hold.

Marijuana seedlings are very sensitive to light, and therefore you should ensure that you provide just the right amount of light. If grown outside, seedlings should be provided with direct sunlight. If inside, provide them with half a day of sunlight through a sunny window sill.

Perhaps the most exciting stage, your baby will typically come above ground in 1-2 weeks. As your seedling comes above the soil, its shell might take a few days to fall off. It’s best to leave it alone, nature has the job covered. If it does not come above ground after about two weeks, the chance of success is dramatically reduced, and it’s best to try again. Even the best seeds have an 85% germination rate. When your seedling comes above ground, it is going to want to see a direct light source.

4) Lighting for your seedling

For young plants, it’s best to use bottled water as it has no chlorine added. If using tap water, let it sit for 24 hours before watering to dissipate any chlorine. Chlorine can also be eliminated by boiling for 20 minutes. Under normal conditions, after soaking your seedling pellet, it should contain all the moisture your plant needs before it comes above ground. As it grows, it will only need about a shot glass worth of water at most per week to keep the medium damp. Seedlings don’t drink a lot of water, which makes sense given their size. Your plant will do better in a growing medium which is damp. Overwatering is just as deadly as drying out.

Dampening off happens when the seedling is in too moist of an environment. The stem starts to rot at the bottom. When this happens, the plant will bend over and die if not treated. To help fight the infection, lightly spray a 0.5% solution of hydrogen peroxide around the affected area.

Seedlings require a medium amount of light in which it has enough to grow but not too much light that it gets burned. Leaving your seedling in direct sunlight will cause the leaves to curl, while too little light will cause the seedling to stretch. If growing outside, seedlings want to see a direct light source to stop them stretching. If inside, a sunny windowsill with more than half a day of sunlight works wonders. Otherwise, 18 in away from a growing light works excellently. Your seedling should not stretch more than 6 in at most. We’ll cover lighting in more depth in a later blog.

Knowing how to grow a small weed plant is likely the hardest part of actually growing it. Now that you know what to do, you are well on your way to enjoying hassle-free, home-grown marijuana.

LST, or low-stress training, simply amounts to bending and fixating your plants. This ensures maximum grow surface spread and enough light for optimal flowering across all branches.

I continue the growth stage until I’m happy about plant size. It usually takes about three weeks, but my perfect size will differ from your ideal dimensions. It’s all up to you, and when you’re done, it’s time to start growing flower buds. Let’s start the flowering stage!

Keeping Your First Cannabis Home Grow In Check

With the lights off, drying net in place, and exhaust fan running at 50%, air humidity slowly drops. Your buds are dry as soon as bending branches makes them snap.

Well, you’ve made it: at this point, your cannabis plants are in full bloom! Some strains have a 7-week flowering phase, while other flower for up to 14 weeks. Decide what you want before you start. Keep a tight grip on your grow climate in the flowering phase. If it gets too cold, bud development stagnates. High air humidity invites bud rot, mildew, and other pests to ruin your harvest.

Personally, I prefer the following high success rate germination procedure. I take a glass of lukewarm water and gently chuck in the seeds. Then, I leave them alone someplace dark for 12 to 24 hours. I check them regularly: as soon as I see white tips (taproots) emerge, I carefully pick up the seed with a pincer. I place them root-down into a pre-watered grow plug. I use a water and root stimulator mix following user instructions. Then I put the plug and seed in my propagator and patiently wait for them to surface.

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Herbicides can target weeds before they germinate from seed – pre-emergent – or as developed plants – post-emergent. Before you seed, you can use a non-selective, post-emergent herbicide to control any weeds in the area to be seeded. Most of these can be applied up to two weeks before seeding to control any existing weeds. Herbicides should not be used after seeding until the new seedlings are established. Mowing and spot treatments can be used to control weeds until the seeded area is actively growing and requires only maintenance watering. Establishment times vary depending on the type of seed you use and your weather conditions.

Weed and feed fertilizers are often used in combination with seeding. Weed and feed formulations consist of two components: a herbicide to kill weeds and a fertilizer to strengthen the turf. The herbicide will weaken the grass as well as the weeds and the fertilizer will strengthen the weeds as well as the grass. When applying seed over a weed and feed application, remember that some weed and feeds can prevent grass seeds from growing.

Seeding

It’s important to know a little about herbicides so you can make the best choice for when to apply seed in an area that has been treated for weeds. The most common types of herbicide in weed and feed products are selective and systemic. Selective herbicides target a species of plant to kill while systemic herbicides work by being absorbed though the roots and then transported throughout the plant, killing it from within. Read the bag label to see what kind of herbicide is used in the weed and feed you are considering using or have used. The bag label will tell you how many days you must wait before applying seed to a lawn that has been treated with that product.

Only use a weed and feed if the weed infestation is completely uniform over the entire lawn and all species of weeds targeted will be affected by the herbicide in the weed and feed. This scenario doesn’t occur often, so it is more likely the use of an herbicide and a fertilizer separately will be needed. If the weeds are uniformly spread over the area to be treated, match the appropriate weed and feed product to your grass, the seed you have recently applied or want to apply, and the time of year.

It is important to know what kind of grass you have growing or want to have growing. Certain chemicals act differently on different species of grass and weeds. For example, the common herbicide 2,4-D is toxic to some cultivars of St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum), which grows in the area roughly covered by U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10. Another common herbicide, atrazine, is potentially lethal to grass when applied in temperatures above 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Use the instructions on the bag of each weed and feed product to determine how it will affect seeding.

If you must sow grass seed after applying weed and feed, wait for at least four to six weeks before doing so to ensure the herbicide won’t prevent the seeds from sprouting. Prepare seedbeds with the help of a rake which is one of the important garden tools that every gardener should have. It helps the seeds to have proper contact with the ground and prevents any bare patches.

Ideally, you should plant seeds well enough before frost in the autumn so that the new grass will grow for several weeks before sleep. You can also sow grass seed in the early spring, though if you do so you should hold off on applying weaving feet for at least four to eight weeks to ensure it doesn’t damage the young grass.

Weed and feed products, as the name implies, contain both a fertilizer and a herbicide to control weeds while feeding the surrounding grass. If the lawn has grass that is already established, this works well. The product should ideally be applied just a couple of weeks after the final frost when grass and weeds grow visibly because it is not effective for sleeping weeds. Apply it periodically throughout the rest of the year as well to keep weeds under control.

When To Sow Seed

In order to activate, most weed and feed products are granular and should be applied to moist grass. Mow 2 – 4 days in advance and use the weed and feed products for best results, without additional rain for at least 48 hours. After application, do not mow the treated grass for at least 7 days to allow the herbicide time to work.

Weed and feed products work by preventing new growth, effectively stopping weed seeds from sprouting and newly sprouted wheat from flourishing. However, the herbicides used are insufficient to target weeds only; grass grains and any new grass growth are the same.

It can take up to four weeks for the herbicide effective to fade, so sowing grass soon after applying weed and feed is likely futile because new grass won’t be able to grow.

A plan weed and feed product to your lawn may seem like a perfect way to kill two birds with one stone. Not only are you can to get eliminate irritating weeds however the chemical contained within the product additionally can facilitate the grass to thrive. Weed and feed products aren’t ideal for all situations though and may cause some problems if you plan to receive the lawn soon after their application.

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Ideally, you should plant seeds well enough before frost in the autumn so that the new grass will grow for several weeks before sleep. You can also sow grass seed in the early spring, though if you do so you should hold off on applying weaving feet for at least four to eight weeks to ensure it doesn’t damage the young grass.

A plan weed and feed product to your lawn may seem like a perfect way to kill two birds with one stone. Not only are you can to get eliminate irritating weeds however the chemical contained within the product additionally can facilitate the grass to thrive. Weed and feed products aren’t ideal for all situations though and may cause some problems if you plan to receive the lawn soon after their application.

Weed and feed products, as the name implies, contain both a fertilizer and a herbicide to control weeds while feeding the surrounding grass. If the lawn has grass that is already established, this works well. The product should ideally be applied just a couple of weeks after the final frost when grass and weeds grow visibly because it is not effective for sleeping weeds. Apply it periodically throughout the rest of the year as well to keep weeds under control.

When To Sow Seed

If you must sow grass seed after applying weed and feed, wait for at least four to six weeks before doing so to ensure the herbicide won’t prevent the seeds from sprouting. Prepare seedbeds with the help of a rake which is one of the important garden tools that every gardener should have. It helps the seeds to have proper contact with the ground and prevents any bare patches.

In order to activate, most weed and feed products are granular and should be applied to moist grass. Mow 2 – 4 days in advance and use the weed and feed products for best results, without additional rain for at least 48 hours. After application, do not mow the treated grass for at least 7 days to allow the herbicide time to work.

It can take up to four weeks for the herbicide effective to fade, so sowing grass soon after applying weed and feed is likely futile because new grass won’t be able to grow.

Weed and feed products work by preventing new growth, effectively stopping weed seeds from sprouting and newly sprouted wheat from flourishing. However, the herbicides used are insufficient to target weeds only; grass grains and any new grass growth are the same.

Weed and feed products consist of fertilizers such as nitrogen or potassium, and a pre-emergent or post-emergent herbicide. If the weed and feed is designed for spring application, it contains a pre-emergent. If it is designed for later in the growing season, it incorporates a post-emergent herbicide. Knowing which one you are using is important because the herbicides affect plants in significantly different ways.

Since weed and feed products are designed to prevent germination — or to eradicate a living plant — they can, for the most part, have a similar effect on young turf grass. The only exception is the pre-emergent herbicide siduron, which is actually used to assist in seed germination. When using a pre-emergent that does not contain siduron, wait a minimum of two months before seeding. If using a product designed for broadleaf weeds, read the label carefully, because the active ingredient in these post-emergent herbicides have a wider range for the waiting period. Grass can be planted in as little as one month after application for products using 2,4-D to as much as six months for atrazine-based products.

How They Work

You want a beautiful lawn for your family to enjoy, but it’s no longer enough to just mow it. You have to fertilize, water, kill weeds and then reseed any bare spots. Using a weed and feed product saved you some time, so now you’re ready to plant some grass seed. You may have to wait a bit longer, though, depending on the type of weed and feed product you used.

Pre-emergent weed and feed is applied in early spring so the herbicide is in place before the undesirable weeds germinate. Pre-emergent herbicide works by inhibiting germination. It must be watered with at least one-half inch of water to move the chemical from the surface into the soil. Post-emergent herbicides, however, must be applied while the weeds are actively growing because for the chemical to work, the herbicide must be absorbed into the plant.

When you are ready to seed your lawn, use a garden rake to remove debris and to break up the surface to ensure the seed comes into contact with the soil. Broadcast the seeds in two directions to ensure complete coverage, and water the ground lightly and often for up to two weeks — keeping the soil moist. Once seedlings have established, gradually reduce the frequency of the watering, but lengthen the amount of time per watering. This will encourage a deep root system for your grass.

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Some plants provide their fruits (seedpods) with a mechanism that ejects the seeds from the pod by force.

Dispersal of Seeds by Force

There are several methods plants use to fling their seeds out of the seedpod. All of them rely on the effect of evaporation of water in the seedpod, so this method of seed dispersal usually takes place in the sun. It is one of the favourite methods used by members of the Papilionaceae (formerly Leguminosae). If you walk over heathland near Gorse bushes on a hot sunny day, you can hear the explosions of the seedpods as they burst open and send their seeds out. Lupins, too, have a similar system. The side of the seedpod facing the sun dries out more quickly than the side in the shade, causing the pod to buckle and pop open. The seedpods then curl up like animal horns, sending the seeds flying. Geraniums also use the heat of the sun to shoot their seeds from the pods. The seeds are in a ring at the base of the style, each one with its own cover which is attached to the tip of the style by a thin woody strip. When the seeds are ripe, the seed covers split apart, and the strip rips up the style but is stopped suddenly because the strip remains attached to the style. The seeds are catapulted out at high speed. Oxalis seeds are covered by an elastic coating. When this dries out, it splits suddenly, shooting the individual seeds out of the pod. Euphorbia is another plant whose seedpods crack open with a loud explosion. When the three joints in the seedpod dry out, they split open suddenly, and the seeds are shot out. Ceanothus berries also operate this system when the fleshy outer covering has dried out. Plants that disperse their seeds by this method include:

Hairy Bittercress (Cardamine Hirsuta) is an annual or biennial species of plant in the family Brassicaceae (mustard family) native to Eurasia but prevalent in many moist areas of the world. Other popular names for Cardamine hirsuta include shot weed, lamb’s cress, flick weed, land cress, spring cress, and hoary bitter cress.

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The fact that crossandra infundibuliformis disperses its seeds during rains, increases the chances for them to germinate and thus give life to a new plant.

6. Hairy Bittercress (Cardamine Hirsuta)

When being touched, the seed pods of Impatiens plants burst into tiny blasts. Their seeds are then scattered everywhere with impressive speed.

Even though the term “ballistic” is used to describe this way of dispersing seeds, no explosive substance is involved in the process. The force that generates the so-called explosion results from the pressure that forms within the fruit cells when it dehydrates. The bursts are sometimes triggered by an external factor, such as water, wind, or a touch, but the process most of the time occurs by itself when the seeds pods get very dry.

Violets (Viola spp.) is a large genus of flowering plants in the Violaceae family, which includes more than 1,000 different species. They are also generally known as garden pansies, pansies, and violets.

Chances are that you’ve already seen some of these plants growing in your garden, backyard, or lawn. They are generally considered weeds and due to their very efficient propagation system that uses a combination of ballistic seed distribution and underground rhizomes, they are in many regions regarded as invasive.

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In order to really obtain these results, it’s crucial to maintain a consistent grow cycle free of big errors.

Thanks for writing to us. Good question!

What you should rather be aiming for as a home grower is quality, first and foremost—quantity comes later.

So to answer your question, yes, it is definitely possible to achieve higher yields, but this doesn’t always correlate to high-quality bud. In fact, quality can go down if you push production too much.

Whatever your reasons are, Massachusetts state laws allow you to take things into your own hands when it comes to marijuana — green thumb included.

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Maybe it’s the convenience of having it in the house, or perhaps you like to do things yourself.

If you want to grow good weed, you'll have to work for it.

People over the age of 21 can grow up to six marijuana plants in their homes (with a maximum of 12 plants per household), so long as they are kept in a locked location and out of public view.

If you’re thinking about growing your own marijuana, there’s plenty to know — where to get seeds, the equipment needed, and, of course, what to keep in mind when tending to your crop.

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It’s plain to see that spring weed control is about more than just throwing down some product and assuming that it will work on everything. It takes a detailed plan. As a result, it’s important to find a lawn care company in Allentown, Bethlehem, or Easton, PA that is going to take a customized approach to maintaining your lawn and controlling spring weeds .

This is where yur decision-making can really have a big impact. Your choice of the right plan for your lawn can be the difference between being able to fully enjoy it or being burdened by troublesome weeds. You’ve already taken the first steps toward better understanding spring weeds and how to control them and that is a smart move toward a healthier lawn. Now you just have to get a plan in action.

While a lot of homeowners just turn to the process of spring weed and feed (the act of applying a granular fertilizer and weed killer to the lawn), there is so much more involved in the process than that. It’s important to identify the specific weeds on your property and then devise a plan with specific materials that will work best.

Spring Weed Control

Groundsel (also commonly referred to as “old-man-in-the-spring”) is a flowering weed of the daisy family. It can grow quite tall (up to 18 inches) if left undisturbed. As a winter annual weed, groundsel germinates in the winter and is one of the first weeds to pop up in the spring.

We’ve rounded up a list of the most commonly found weeds in Lehigh Valley lawns in order to help you understand more about them. Of course, some are harder to control than others, but all of them are a nuisance and must be dealt with in order to help restore the health of your turf.

Fortunately, this is one of the easier weeds to control with selective, liquid broadleaf control applied during active growth.

Here are 8 spring lawn weeds to know.

Although watering seems like a simple task, it’s one that can be overlooked. Many homeowners are also unsure as to when or how often they should water their lawn. In general, it is best to water your lawn early in the day to reduce turf disease.

They’ll also be able to advise you on valuable lawn care services your lawn needs, such as some of the following. We’ve rounded up some of the most important lawn care services your lawn requires in this handy guide. Feel free to read the entire resource or jump back and forth between different sections!

Mowing

Ultimately, the relationship between a lawn care professional and a homeowner should be a partnership. While you’ll be able to rely on them for important recommendations, they’ll also rely on you for feedback. If you spot a problem, your lawn care pro will want to know, so they can take action.

With the help of a special machine called a core aerator, the creation of these holes allows more oxygen, water, and nutrients to penetrate deep into the soil and down to your turf’s root zone, where it’s truly needed. This will allow your lawn to establish healthy roots and truly thrive.

If your lawn is struggling with optimum color or vigor, it’s possible that you may have a problem with acidic soil. This is a common concern in the Lehigh Valley and is something that a soil test could reveal.