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Good Weed, Bad Weed

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Good Weed, Bad Weed: Who's Who, What to Do, and Why Some Deserve a Second Chance (All You Need to Know About the Weeds in Your Lawn)

By Nancy Gift

This is the essential weed I.D. and management guide, with emphasis on the weeds in our lawns: who's who, how to control them safely - and why you might want to let your lawn go a little bit "native."

“ I grow a lot of onions and carrots, which need constant weeding when they are young. My CobraHead is always the tool of choice because its sharp edges shave down weeds so efficiently. My garden is big and busy, but I have never lost a CobraHead because the curved neck can be hung on anything – a post, fence or even a tomato cage. I have a long-handled CobraHead, too, which I use in the garden for weeding and making shallow furrows. Confession: It makes a darn fine scraper in the chicken house, too. “

Barbara Pleasant, award-winning book author and contributing editor to Mother Earth News

“ I’ve found CobraHead to be one of the most durable tools out in the landscape. Used for a wide range of purposes, our volunteers also find CobraHead to be the preferred tool of choice. The longevity of this well-constructed tool will be measured in decades and beyond which is not typical anymore! “

Mark Dwyer, Director of Horticulture at Rotary Botanical Gardens (Janesville, WI).

“ I love my CobraHead because it is easy as 1-2-3 to get in between flagstones in order to easily pop out weeds!. “

Shawna is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, and spokesperson with green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and healthy cooking who campaigns for social good.