Unfortunately, here in the Little Rock, AR, area, weeds are a common problem that property owners have to deal with for much of the year. If you notice these invasive plants in your landscape beds, you'll want to remove them ASAP! One of the reasons you'll want to eliminate the weeds from your landscape beds as soon as possible is that they can steal nutrients from your plants. They can also drag down the curb appeal of your property, especially if they spread out onto your lawn. If your landscape beds are infested with weeds, you can eliminate them by using a post-emergent weed control treatment. However, to make your life easier and to ensure your landscape beds stay weed-free throughout the year, you should sign up for a professional landscape bed weed control service.
Weeds Can Steal Nutrients From Your Plants
Weeds need nutrients and resources like sunlight and water to grow, just like your plants do. If your landscape beds are infested with weeds, they can steal nutrients and resources from your plants, causing your plants to get weaker while the weeds get stronger. To ensure that your plants are the only things in your landscape beds that are benefitting from the nutrients and resources available to them, you need to remove any weeds in your landscape beds as soon as possible.
Weeds Can Drag Down the Curb Appeal of Your Landscape Beds
Weeds can grow and spread pretty quickly, and if left to their own devices, they can end up taking over your landscape beds. If this happens, they can make your landscape beds look unkept and take away attention from your plants. If you don't want weeds dragging down your curb appeal, you should remove them from your landscape beds right away.
Remove weeds from your landscape beds before they spread out onto your lawn!
Having landscape beds that are filled with weeds is bad enough on its own, but if you don't address them quickly, they can spread out onto your lawn. This will not only drag down the aesthetics of your lawn, but then you would have to remove weeds from both your landscape beds and your lawn, exacerbating the problem and making it twice as difficult to achieve a weed-free property. If you want to avoid this problem, you'll need to remove the weeds from your landscape beds before they get out of control.
How do you remove the weeds in your landscape beds?
If your landscape beds are filled with weeds, the best way to deal with them is to remove them using a post-emergent weed control treatment. This type of treatment can be applied directly to existing weeds, and in most cases, should eliminate them in about a week. However, while applying this type of treatment can temporarily take care of your weed problem, it's only a matter of time before weeds make their way back into your landscape beds. To make your life easier, you should enroll in a landscape bed weed control program. When you do, professionals will treat your landscape beds on a regular basis to keep them free of weeds. Some companies will even use pre-emergent treatments in conjunction with post-emergent treatments to stop a majority of weeds from ever sprouting in your landscape beds in the first place.
Before hiring a company to remove weeds from your landscape beds, check to see if they also offer a weed removal service for your lawn.
Give us a call today to schedule our landscape bed weed control service.
At Natural State Horticare, we offer a landscape bed weed control service that includes both pre- and post-emergent treatments throughout the year to tackle weeds from every angle. We offer this service to residential, commercial, and HOA property owners in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Sherwood, AR, and throughout the surrounding areas. Give us a call at (501) 681-3465 to schedule this service today!