Ask a homeowner, gardener, or a farmer, and they will tell you that weeds are annoying. The normal response toward weeds is to eradicate them straightaway. If you have weed problems, reading the information below will help you handle them appropriately.
Common Facts About Weeds
Weeds are plants that have no recognised value and have the ability to rapidly germinate and grow. Because of these characteristics, weeds are considered as pests in that they intrude and compete with the space, water, light, and nutrients of other plants. Weeds are commonly unwanted in gardens, lawns, farm and agricultural fields, and parks.
There is a variety of weed species found across Australia such as prickly acacia, buffel grass, para grass, and bone seed, among others. Weeds tend to damage natural landscapes, negatively impact plant productivity, and invade crops. Some weed species are parasitic, making them real headaches.
Weed Information You’re Not Aware Of
Probably, no one told you that weeds are not actually the problem. Weeds are just indicators of the condition of the soil and the diversity of plants. According to Preston Sullivan, a technical specialist in weed management for croplands, weeds are manifestations of nature’s struggle for natural succession. Weeds in your garden means that you have a damaged soil and the weeds are trying to revive soil fertility. This information is quite crucial because if you’re still battling weed problems even after periodic extermination methods, then it means that you have failed to address the root problem.
Weed Management and Control
Weed management and control is the botanical aspect of pest control. Similar to our approach in pest control, we tackle weed management in an informed and responsible manner. High Performance Pest Control does not mindlessly apply the prevailing methods. We conduct research and develop our own systems to ensure that we deliver first-rate, eco-friendly, and effective services. By choosing High Performance Pest Control, you are choosing to be a satisfied customer!