Being aware of garden weed's names


It is important to be aware of garden weed's names, as identifying them is the first step in removing or preventing them from thriving in your garden. There are a great number of weeds, each possessing a common name and a Latin or scientific name. A garden weed's name makes it easy to categorise and target with the appropriate weed killer.

There may be some differences in garden weed's names depending on the region, but you should be able to identify most common garden weeds to make sure you are using the correct weed killers. It is important to note that not all methods of weeding are suitable for all weeds.

 

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Garden weed's names simplified.


Garden weed's names help distinguish between the multitude of existing weeds. Most weeds are known by their common name, but all have a scientific name in Latin, for example, the common nettle is also called Urtica Dioica. When choosing a weed killer or pesticide, it is vital that you can identify the weed and, therefore, know its name in order to choose the correct treatment to effectively eradicate it.

 

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