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- [Download] Proactive Weeding Tips Free Reference Guide
- [Download] Proactive Weed Control Note-taking guide
- [Download] General Note-Taking Guide
Proactive Weed Control Tools
We recommend several tools that we use for our proactive weeding tasks. A few of the tools we have explained in further detail below.
Use a garden hoe to remove pesky weeds and your time spent weeding can be greatly shortened. This tool can help you cover a larger bed area in a shorter amount of time.
The Flexrake Hula-Ho Weeder Cultivator w/ 54-Inch Wood Handle makes weeding a snap. This tool scrapes and literally severs weed roots from the ground.
The repeated action of pushing and pulling with the hula-hoe drastically speeds up your weeding chores making it so easy. We love this tool!!
Also, there is the old-fashioned hoe OR a stirrup. Both work great. The old-fashioned hoe lets you dig deeper in the soil for deeper rooted, larger weeds where the stirrup or hula-hoe scrapes the surface of the soil to dislodge smaller weeds. Then you can use a rake to make piles of all the weeds to then pick up.
A tiller can do two things at once: dislodge weeds and grass fast and fluff up your garden soil making it easier to plant in.
This might not be the best option if you have any bulbs or other herbaceous perennials planted in that area of your garden, as the tiller will damage and dislodge them as well as the weeds you want to remove. If you have bulbs and perennials in the garden bed, your best option is to remove weeds by hand or use a hula-hoe. Otherwise, this tool is amazing.
Using a shovel isn’t the most efficient way to weed as you remove a lot of soil along with each weed you remove, but in some cases, a shovel is the only way to remove a weed from your garden.
We recommend this shovel from Bully Tools. By the way, if you have lots of soil attached to the weed roots, just shake or remove the soil with your hand so you don’t throw away perfectly good soil with your weeds.
4) Hori-Hori Knife
Have you ever heard of a Hori-Hori knife? This tool can help you dig in the dirt, eliminate weeds, and is all-around amazing to have on hand.
This tool by Corona is a must-have tool for any gardener’s tool kit. In case you don’t have one yet, this is the one we recommend!