When there are garden weeds plaguing your garden, then how do you take care of them? In time you see that if you do not remove the garden weeds, they spread fast and even though while you have been keeping your garden well maintained, the plants that you have grown start to look diseased or wilt away. The reason would be right around them in the form of the garden weeds that have started to thrive on the nourishment of the soil that was meant to go to your plants.
There are two ways to remove garden weeds. If you are an enthusiastic gardener who likes to grow different types of plants in different patches across your garden, then the first way to remove the garden weeds is by using a weed killer that clears that patch of soil altogether. This is meant to remove any chances of garden weeds growing on that patch. This is usually done when one clears all the plants on that area top grow new ones. So before you sow the seeds, make sure that the garden weeds are removed completely or any chances of them sprouting because of remnants in the soil. To help in their removal there are different types of weed killers available, bit one of the most popularly used weed killers to remove garden weeds before a new batch of plants are grown, is the non selective weed killer. This is the weed killer that contains poisons for all types of plants. This is meant as a cleansing agent of the soil and not only does it remove any traces of garden weeds but also any traces of the previous plants that are there in the soil.
The non selective weed killer is named so because it targets both garden weeds and plants. Once it is sprayed or spread in an area, all the vegetation perishes and gets added to the soil and increases its fertility. However, the non selective weed killers should be used judiciously and the instructions should be followed by the dot. Excessive usage can render the soil poisonous and not only will there be no garden weeds but also any plants either. Therefore it should be used only if advised by an expert.