I just can't believe how fast weeds grow in a yard or garden. It seems like when you've just finished pulling all of them, they pop up again.
Which is frustrating. And wastes hours of time trying to take care of them.
Weed killers can help, but let's face it. None of them seem to be truly effective. And they are very toxic to pets and waterways.
So it's interesting that you can truly remedy your gardening dillemma with just a newspaper. Yep, newspaper.
It turns out that laying newspaper under mulch can effectively keep most weeds from sprouting in a year. Plus, it naturally decomposes into the soil.
And, if you decide to add plants in the area, you can just dig through the newspaper.
Many people don't get the newspaper these days, but you might be lucky enough to find a stack in a neighbor's recycling bin.
OR use grocery store circular ads.
To see how to effectively use newspaper to kill weeds, check out my article that has more helpful tips.
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