Your garden's worst enemy would probably be the weeds. Keeping your garden or lawn weed-free is difficult to do. It has been a battle for most people to keep their plants from these weeds, even if they may be lawn experts, these intruders cannot be easily eradicated and total suppression is impossible.
However, planning your actions can help you succeed against these unwanted plants. But you must first understand, how they work and what kind of weeds are you dealing with.
Weeds are called nuisance plants or generally, they are undesired, and most of the time, weeds are everywhere. In gardening, weeds are just natural and like other plants, they also need water, sunlight, and nutrition in order for them to survive (that is why they are in your lawn).
Weed seeds are airborne, which means that they can be carried by humans, animals, insects, and even water. Even the mowers can possibly carry the seeds, making your lawn prone to weeds. Another thing is, weeds may be perennial or annual.
Choosing and planning your preventive steps are being guided by weed identification and its life cycle. Both are significant since there are weeds that die naturally at the end of the season or identify the weeds that grow in your garden, you are able to know if they are harmful or poisonous.
Dandelion, plantain, crabgrass, dock, English daisy, ground ivy, moss, henbit, oxalis, and yellow nutsedge are the most common lawn weeds.