Reasons for Weed Killing
Weeds are unwanted and unsightly plants. The exterior of your property is the first thing guests see, so you want to make a good impression. Weeding is an essential part of lawn care and they can plague your garden and soil to the point of killing plants.
They Restrict Plant Growth
Weeds may cause a number of issues. They can restrict the growth of plants and smother certain parts, especially young ones. If left unchecked, weeds can also hinder the movement of machinery used for cultivation.
They can also become a host for a range of diseases and pests. This can stress the plants and decrease the yields.
They Can Become Time Consuming
If you develop weed issues, it is recommended you take immediate action. However, taking care of weeding yourself can be time consuming.
Fortunately, the team at Pestguard PC can help. When it comes to removing weeds and moss, we use safe, environmentally friendly materials so no other plants are affected.
They Block Sunlight and Steal Water
Not only do they compete with your plants for nutrients in the soil, but weeds also compete for sunlight and water. Weeds grow faster than plants and begin to block out the sun they need to thrive and survive.
They Crowd Out Space
Each plant in your garden has a root zone. This is its personal space and when it is invaded, the plant becomes stressed. This leads to it becoming unhealthy and more susceptible to pests and diseases.
If weeds aren’t removed, they are allowed to flourish and compete for the soil above and below.
About Pestguard PC
Here at Pestguard PC, we have over 15 years of experience dealing with weeds. We offer competitive rates across the Staffordshire area and deal with your unsightly weed issues. Our professionals aim to kill the weeds and moss from the roots up and remove them from the ground.
All our staff are fully trained and qualified to the highest standard.
Find Out More
For more information about our weed killing services, don’t hesitate to contact Pestguard PC in Staffordshire. Call us today on 01782 624461. Alternatively, you can fill out our online contact form and we will be in touch.
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