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  • A Few Common Garden Problems And How To Solve Them


    ✫ Say you have a nice and beautiful garden where you have planted quite a lot of greenery. As time has passed, you have come across many headaches that you didn’t know how to solve. Even with the best of products in your hand, if you have no idea what the solution is, then they might as well useless.


    ✫ Below are some common problems that you might face while gardening and how to solve them effectively.


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    (A Few Common Garden Problems)


    Wrong Choice Of Tree And Arrangement


    ✫ The first problem is you make some error while choosing and planting a tree. It is a common sight where a wall, pavements, and house foundation get destroyed by trees. The cause is that you made some miscalculation about a fully grown tree's height and planted it near the boundaries when it was young. As a result, the tree roots will start to invade and ruin the surroundings over time because there is not enough space for it to grow. When it gets to this stage, the only solution is to cut down the tree.


    ✫ It is better to predict whether the space around the tree is enough for it to grow fully, and if it isn’t, you will be able to transplant the tree to another area, as it is still young. The amount of distance between a small tree and its boundaries should be around 1.5 meters. For big trees, it should be about 4-7 meters.


    Turning The Soil And Raking Up Leaves


    ✫ We all know it is a common practice to turn the soil up for better quality soil. But recently, some experts have started to question whether this method it is correct or not, and they found out it does more harm than good.


    ✫ The reason is that when we turn up the ground, the microorganisms within the earth, which help to provide nutrients to your plants, will also turn over, become exposed to the sun and air, and slowly die off. This means after a long period of using this method, your soil will gradually becoming hard and dry, making it hard for your plants to survive.


    ✫ So instead of "forking" over the soil, gardeners should start protecting it by adding a layer of compost and mulch, planting groundcover, and allowing the leaves to stay on the bed. After you have done all that, you can just leave the rest to the earthworms, microorganisms, and insects, as they will begin to break down leaves and large particles into compost, providing nutrients for your plants.


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    Weeds


    ✫ Undoubtedly, the most common enemy of your plants in the garden is weeds. Weeds grow easily and do not require much time to mature. Moreover, weeds "steal" nutrients from nearby plants to feed themselves, causing the plant to grow slowly, wither, or even die.


    ✫ Weeding is an annoying job, but alas, it is also the most important task of every gardener. This job needs to be done daily if you want your garden to thrive, as weeds can be brought into your garden via multiple means, from birds, the wind, or even dirt tracked in by the maintenance team.


    ✫ Though this is easier said than done, especially with a large patch of garden, it should be fine if the owner has a little knowledge, a proactive approach, and a great weeding tool.



    (How to solve a problems in garden)


    Conclusion


    ✫ These troubles will happen sooner or later when you decide to own a garden. It is good to know beforehand, or if you have already encountered them, it is better to solve them as soon as possible.


    ✫ There are only a few problems mentioned here. You can find more solutions when you check out any  best product reviews TheKingLive.com about gardening tools on the Internet, or maybe check Amazon reviews to see if the consumers talk about their experiences and provide some insights into how to solve common problems.

    Post edited by Hec Win at 2020-05-05 01:41:26