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Winning Against Weeds

7 Organic techniques to keep weeds in their place

Chunky bark mulch discourages weed growth.
Organic gardening methods control weeds and are less toxic than spraying with chemical herbicides.
Grouped tightly, plants can block the sun from weeds trying to grow beneath.
Organic mulches can help keep your garden looking neat and organized.
Low-water plants such as salvias, chrysanthemums and coreopsis thrive with organic mulch and little other care.
Shredded-leaf mulch and garden paths made of clover inhibit weed growth.
A Daphne mezereum plant grows happily in organic.
Gravel makes an excellent weed-resistant, porous path material.

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