One of the most frustrating lawn maintenance tasks is the annual battle against unwanted weeds. Although many people think of things like dandelions and crab grass when weeds are mentioned, any plant — including desirable garden bed plants — can become a weed when it grows in an unwanted area. The following are a few tips that can help you prevent weeds in your landscape.
#1: Avoid Bare Soil
Weeds are opportunistic, so they will invade any area of the yard that isn't otherwise occupied.
As a homeowner, you're probably concerned about keeping your home and property in good repair, so you protect your investment. One thing you may wonder about is how to protect and maintain your asphalt driveway. An important part of asphalt maintenance is keeping the driveway covered in a sealcoat. Here's how to tell if your driveway needs a sealcoat applied.
The Driveway Has Never Been Sealcoated
If the asphalt driveway has never had a sealcoat since you've owned the home, you may want to have one applied before any damage other than fading appears.