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By now, you should know that your lawn is not perfect. It may become perfect
under your guidance and care, but for now, there are still some issues that you
will have to deal with. Once you have seeded your lawn, fertilized it, and have
watered it for a few weeks, you may notice that weeds have begun to invade.They
will start out small, just one or two. But they will multiply quickly. In just a
few short days, you may have a small colony of weeds. If you leave them alone,
they will begin to crowd your lawn and soak up the fertilizer which will cause
the grass to stop growing. Weeds could potentially destroy your near perfect
lawn in a month or less if you do not take action.Never fear, there are ways to
keep the weeds under control using both natural and chemical solutions. But what
about other lawn care problems such as rocky soil and thatch? You will also
learn how to combat these problems or at least learn to work around them so that
you will be allowed to enjoy the lawn you have created.WEEDSThere are many
different types of weeds than can find their way to your lawn. Weeds survive by
pushing other plants, grass, and flowers out by using their roots to siphon
water and nutrients from the soil. Weeds can act very quickly if not removed.You
should plan to spend an hour or two a week weeding your lawn. This will help
keep the weed population low. Basic types of weeds include:Broadleaf weeds
(dandelions have broad leaves) Creeping Charlie Japanese Knotwood Woody weeds
Vine weedsThese types of weeds are important to recognize because their removal
may depend on how you pull them or which chemicals you use. While you do not
need to know their Latin names, be aware of what they look like.Whether you have
seeded your lawn, or if you bought property that already has grass, you should
think about how you would like to remove existing weeds and prevent new ones
from growing. While you will have to resort to weed pulling every now and again,
there are ways to reduce this by using organic and chemical methods. You can
combine these methods until you find a way that will work for your lawn.Terry
Blackburn. Internet Marketing Consultant, living in South Shields in the
North-East of England. Author and Producer of blog
http://www.lawnsurgeon.blogspot.com Author of "Your Perfect Lawn," a 90 Page
eBook devoted to Lawn Preparation, Lawn Care and Maintenance. Find it at
http://www.lawnsurgeon.comI would be very interested to have your comments on
this Article. - Chester Carlson inventor of xerography founded the Haloid
Company on April 18, 1935. The company manufactured and sold photographic paper!
It was based in Rochester New York. In the year 1942 Carlson received U.S.
patent No. 2,297,691 on Oct. 6 for electrophotography, later called xerography,
the technology that revolutionized the world of imaging. Xerox as it is known
today was trademarked in 1948 when Haloid and Battelle Development Corp.
announced the development of xerography. The first ever copier- Model A or Ox
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the 1950's and today it boasts of developing a chemically grown toner - Emulsion
Aggregation, in short Xerox has been and still is the market leader in copiers,
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color. Xerox also manufactures compatible cartridges and claims to be a high
quality alternative to Hewlett-Packard cartridges! Xerox manufactures and
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Emulsion Aggregation Toner It is the breakthrough technology developed by Xerox
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phase.About the Author John Sollars is the managing director of Stinky Ink
http://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk suppliers of Xerox ink cartridges and pc
peripherals based in the UK. To access your friendly online store selling Xerox
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