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weeds growing through fence

Weeds growing through fence

If done effectively, spraying a fence line with the appropriate herbicide material will provide excellent results. Most often, only one (1) or two (2) fence line treatments per year are needed to keep the fence line clear of brush and weeds. The reason so few treatments are needed is because the treatments kill the entire weed (top of the plant and the roots).

Herbicide Treatments

Clear zones are simply areas on either side of the fence that have no vegetation and provide an unobstructed view to improve the ability to detect intruders. Depending on the level of security needed, the size of the clear zone will vary. In a typical commercial setting, a clear zone is often just 1-3 feet wide while a facility needing a higher level of security may have a 30-foot, or wider, clear zone.

Low-lying Vegetation Pressure – Mowed Lawn, Stone/Gravel Areas

Fence line spraying eliminates weed eating, makes mowing easier, and keeps your property looking clean and well maintained. Weed eating can be a weekly chore. Treating a 1-2 foot wide strip along the base of your fence, twice a year is inexpensive and provides more long-lasting results.

Weeds growing through fence

I want to keep my neighbor’s weeds from growing under my fence into my flowers and mulch. He doesn’t take care of his yard and I constantly have to pull his weeds out from under my wooden fence. Is there anything I can put behind my fence or some idea how to stop this.

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