It’s a little-known fact: plants are supposed to be self-pollinating.
But if you’re not paying attention to what they’re doing, you may accidentally turn them into a weed.
Here are some tips to help you get rid and make your plants go away.1.
Make sure you have enough fertilizer2.
Keep an eye on your plants and weeds3.
Avoid watering the same spot for a while, or if you have a problem with the weed, try a different watering schedule.4.
Try a different method of watering your plants, such as using a timer to check on them every 10 minutes, or watering from a different place every hour, or just a few times per day.5.
Keep a close eye on the plants you’re watering, especially if you see the plant start to die.6.
If you have an existing problem with a weed, you can always try a new one and see if that helps.7.
Check your soil and water regularly8.
If a problem persists, check for mold and fungus9.
If your plants start to fail, use a different plant(s) and a different fertilizer.10.
Try to make your water-based fertilizers and water-sucking herbicides as water-rich as possible.
The more you use them, the more likely they are to kill your plants.11.
Use an alternate method of weed control, such a “coffin” system, or even a sprinkler system.
This allows you to keep your plants healthy and the water-bearing soil moist.12.
If there’s no weed, it might be time to spray.
Use a sprayer, like a spray bottle, to spray on the area you want to kill.13.
Use the water you’ve sprayed to kill the plant(es) that you want killed, and let it sit for a day or two.
If the plant dies, just spray it again.14.
If all else fails, try another method of controlling the plant.
If that fails, check your soil for mold, or try a soil-dwelling plant.15.
If using an herbicide that’s not listed on the label, do not use it.
If it’s a weedkiller, make sure you don’t use it near the water source, because it could kill the water.16.
You can spray or mist your plant with an aerosol, but don’t spray the leaves or stem.
The spray will cause the plant to sprout more leaves, and that’s the same as putting the plant under water.17.
You may need to use more herbicides in a particular area if the weeds grow in more than one spot.18.
Check for mold.
If an existing mold problem persists after spraying the soil, you might want to spray more often.19.
Check the water in the area.
If mold is growing, spray more frequently to kill it.20.
Be careful not to touch any of your plants with a garden brush.
If someone gets a whiff of the brush, they can kill your plant.21.
Try watering the area where you want the weed to die, rather than just the root system.
You’ll want to water all the plants at the same time.22.
If any of the above steps don’t work, you could try another herbicide.
A simple solution to the problem is to spray and mist the area in which you want your weed to be killed.23.
Be sure you wash all the chemicals you apply.
Don’t let your lawn or garden get a whiff!24.
If spraying water doesn’t kill the problem, you should try some other herbicides.
Some are water-soluble, which means they can be used to kill plants.
Others have more water-holding capacity than water.
If none of these work, use the water from the hose.25.
Check to see if the plant is dead or dying.
If so, remove the herbicide and try another one.26.
If no herbicide works, you need to spray again.
If not, try an even better herbicide, such like one with higher water-absorbing capacity.
You could also try a more water rich method of control, like using a spray nozzle or a water-tight container.27.
You need to get a good photo of the plant as it looks.
A good photo will give you an idea of how it looks when it’s dead.
If you have any questions about weed control in your area, call your local state weed control office at 1-800-843-3464.