Weeds. For most enthusiastic weekend gardeners, this is a regular curse word. And it certainly has been no walk in the park as far as your municipal workers are concerned. It has been extremely hard work for them too. They have had so much more ground to cover as well. But there is always a silver lining. Both you, the weekend gardener, and they, the public works guys, get to see the results afterwards. The beds look so neat and tidy when the soil has been tilled so nicely and that there is not a weed in sight.
But you try rolling your sleeves up for this job. Just ask your park workers and they’ll tell you soon enough that this work is awkward, if not darn hard. Getting rid of the weeds on the ground is one thing, just you try dipping below the surface of the water to get rid of the weeds down there. But you’re probably going to find that no, no matter how hard you try, you’re never going to get this right. Not the weeds in the water, nor the weeds in the flower beds, certainly not the weeds on the lawns, getting rid of weeds in its entirety is near nigh impossible.
About the most realistic thing that could be pulled off right now is land weed and aquatic weed control. And then there is this natural science, many of you reading this right now may not entirely have been aware of it. They say that you need to keep certain of those weeds, not get rid of them all. Because these weeds, they act as a great attraction for all the good insects, the bees in particular, that you need in your garden.