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Identifying Australian garden weeds


Australian garden weeds differ and, therefore, every gardener should be able to identify them accurately. When struggling against weeds in the garden, it is crucial to be properly acquainted with their growing habits so that you can take the appropriate weed killing action. As with all plants, Australian garden weeds are known by both their official, scientific names as well as a common “nickname.”

Even though garden weed’s names may differ from region to region, you should be able to recognise the most common types to ensure that you choose the best weed treatment available. Remember that several types of weeds exist, and not all garden treatments are suitable for all of them.

 

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Categories of Australian garden weeds.


Australian garden weeds belong to three main categories: annual weeds, biennial weeds and perennial weeds. Annual weeds have a shorter life cycle; they are designed to last one year and rapidly generate seeds. For these plants, the best weed removal techniques consist of treating them before they produce seeds, as once their seeds are spread, a few weeds could rapidly turn into an invasive population. Biennial and perennial weeds live longer than annual weeds and are tougher. They sprout year by year from the same root, meaning that it is impossible to get rid of them unless you kill the root permanently, using a deep root weed killer.

 

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