Keeping ones landscape looking as beautiful as possible is on the top of many peoples to do lists now-a-days.
From the weekly mowings to the day to day care of maintaining your nursery needs, each action plays an important role. While doing the simple actions that are necessary to keep your yard, mulch beds or even driveways looking nice, many people tend to overlook one option that saves time and money, an effective vegetation control program.
Weeds grow either from seeds or they reproduce from their roots. When the roots grow from the parent plant, many new plants tend to grow causing many unwanted plants. This is a process that will continue and cause weeds to thrive throughout the year. In order for these weeds to be controlled and not visible, vegetation control is needed. There are many types of vegetation controls. The way you put down your mulch or driving to your local home improvement store to purchase Round-up are a couple of different ways of vegetation control. Depending on what route you choose to go when ridding targeted areas of weeds is up to you.
Effective vegetation control programs can keep your mulch beds, gravel driveway or any other bare areas, such as wood lines or brick patios, free of weeds. With all of the options available, one program is not right for everyone. If you have only a very small area that is in need of control, then a vegetation control product from your local home improvement store may be the best option for you. However, areas bigger than just a brick patio typically are better controlled with commercial products and programs.
At Custom Spray, our typical residential vegetation control program consists of a pre-emergent spray followed by 2 Round Up sprays throughout the year. For most homes, this program will work very well. For commercial areas, a year long soil sterilant in lieu of the pre-emergent herbicide may be an option that suits your needs best.
With vegetation control programs such as these at Custom Spray, the prime focus is not only to kill the unwanted weeds, but to ensure that they will not come back up for several months. With the summer slowly approaching, it is never too early to call and set up a vegetation control program. Be weed free!