Dollar weed is usually found in moist areas in gardens and lawns. It pops up suddenly, taking the lawn over and making it look unattractive. Although Dollar Weed may look lovely and decorative, this weed mostly annoys gardeners because it grows fast and tends to invade an entire backyard in a short time. If you think that Dollar Weed is ruining your lawn or garden, here’s the guide on how to control its excessive growth or to get rid of it completely.
One of the most noxious and annoying weeds is taking over your landscape? It is rapidly colonizing and ruining your crops? If you’re bothered with Johnson Grass, read this useful info to learn how to get rid of this invasive weed.
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What are sandburs?
A sandbur is a type of grass that can be found just about anywhere in the world. The most common type of sandbur found in North America goes by the scientific name of Cenchrus Echinatus. You may often hear people call it the southern sandbur, spiny sandbur, or southern sandspur. The sandbur is a plant that is most commonly found in the southern United States and Mexico, but there are some other varieties that will pop up all around the continent. The sandbur enjoys soils that are dry and sandy, which is why it is most commonly found in southern areas of the United States. It also will commonly show up in lawns or grassy areas that are patchy and not very well maintained.
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Something is making a loud buzzing sound in your backyard? If you have ripe fruits in your garden, it is likely that their fermentation odor attracts the figeater beetle. These large, metallic green beetles, the common pests in the Southwestern U.S. and Mexico, breed on flower petals, plant’s and desert tree’s sap, cacti fruits and soft-skinned fruits like figs, grapes, guava, nectarines plums, peaches, berries and tomatoes. Though they are not extremely harmful for your trees, fruits or lawn, their presence can be annoying. If you don’t want these insects in your backyard or among your fruits, read on to learn how to control them.
If you have noticed a strange foam that resembles a spittle, on your lawn or your garden plants and flowers, you may have a problem with pests known as spittlebugs. Fortunately, these bugs are easy to target and control. Learn how to get rid of spittlebugs and destroy them without damaging your grass and plants, and how to prevent them appearing in the first place.