You’ve arrived here looking for honest truth about organic weed control. And I’m going to deliver that information in a clear way but, like a lot of things, there are good and bad bits of information running around the Net.
Every bit of information here comes from my own experience.
There’s no B.S. or “maybes” here.
I’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t work. No garden mythology.
This is a tough area for chemical gardeners to understand. Mind you, now that many of the chemical products are losing potency because plants have developed resistance, it may be time for some serious alternatives.
is an edible product made from corn. It acts to stop weed seed from germinating. We use it on lawns or gardens but NOT in vegetable gardens where we want seed to germinate.
and most persistent weeds takes a special attitude.
This is a problem for both chemical and organic weed control attempts. Here are several alternatives and one use of chemical Roundup that works well without spraying it.
is an annual weed and here’s how to control it and most other annual weeds.