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Why should we control weeds?

Weeds may be unwanted for a number of reasons: they might be unsightly, or crowd out or restrict light to more desirable plants, or use limited nutrients from the soil. 
They can be home to, and spread, pests and diseases that can degrade the quality of crop or horticultural plants. 
Some weeds are a nuisance because they have thorns or prickles. Some have chemicals that cause skin irritation and allergies, or are hazardous if eaten, or have parts that come off and attach to fur or clothes.
Some weeds can severely damage paths and walkways which could become hazardous to those walking on them and, if left unchecked, are very expensive to repair. This is why local authorities are keen to control weeds in public areas.
 

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