What do you do when you’ve got a golden ear? The answer may surprise you

Highland gardens are all the rage these days, and it’s the best thing ever.

But what do they really do?

Here are some ideas for gardeners in a time of need.

1.

Keep the weeds under control with a herbicide.

This is a good way to keep weeds under a control regime and keep them away from your garden.

Just spray a few drops of herbicide on your garden plants and then keep it on for an hour.

If the weeds are not under control, leave them alone and keep a safe distance from them.

This will reduce the chance of your garden being overrun with unwanted weeds.

2.

Spray with a sprinkler to keep your plants watered.

A sprinkler will help your plants stay alive longer and prevent root rot.

3.

Use a herbicidal detergent to prevent root growth.

This product, called Dermapure, is designed to prevent soil from absorbing herbicides.

You can use it to keep lawns watered, your plants well watered and even to control your lawn pests.

4.

Use an effective weed control plan.

This one may be the most important of all.

The more weeds you remove from your landscape, the better.

A good plan will include using a watering can, composting or other methods to help keep the weeds and diseases under control.

5.

Use the latest in weed-control techniques.

In a world of rising temperatures and droughts, some homeowners have turned to the use of herbicides as a natural solution to keep their plants watered and well watered.

It’s also good for the environment.

A growing number of products are now available with the added benefit of reducing the use and amount of herbicidal chemicals.

If you need more information, you can consult the British Weed Council’s website for advice.

6.

Spray your landscaping with a chemical-free product.

If your landscape needs weed control but is not too close to your garden, then you may be able to use a chemical product that does not have any herbicides in it.

You may need to spray a spray bottle containing a chemical with herbicide to be sure it does not carry any herbicide residues.

This might be one of the most effective options for reducing the number of weeds you need to weed.

7.

Cut down on your lawn mowers.

If it’s not too late, cutting down your lawnmowers can also be a good idea.

If they are not your thing, then consider cutting them down to avoid damaging your landscaped areas.

If so, consider cutting down some of your lawns, shrubs and trees.

8.

Use garden bags to store weed control products.

Gardening bags are a great way to store your weed control solution.

Just put a small amount of a chemical into a bag and let it sit for at least a week.

Then, when you need it, simply toss the bag into your garden to use it for your garden pests.

9.

Find a pest control company.

Most gardeners will know someone who can help them with weed control.

They can often provide a variety of products that will help reduce your weeds and root rot problems.

For example, if you have a few weed problems, you may find it helpful to try an herbicide treatment with a pest management company.

If this is not possible, then look into a chemical or pest control product that is not herbicide-based.

10.

Use products that contain a repellent.

A repellant is a chemical that acts as a repeater to kill insects, causing them to leave the area.

Some common repellents are DEET, DDT and permethrin.

Some of the best products that you can use to help control your weeds include: Weed killer – DEET: You can find DEET-based products at your local hardware or garden supply store.

Use DEET to kill weed seeds and canines.

This products can be a great choice for reducing weeds in your garden or lawn.

Herbicide – DDT: You may have heard of DDT, but there are many other chemicals that can help reduce weed growth and root problems in your yard.

Some can be effective against aphids, moths and ants.

Insect repellency products: Permethrin: Permeable plastic bags that can be put in the soil for at most an hour per bag.

This can be good for controlling weeds, as it can be easily cleaned off and reused.

Insecticidal soap: Use the right amount of peroxide to kill any insects that are present.

This also helps control root rot in lawns and shrubs.

Herbicides and weed control: A chemical-based repellence product may also be good.

Some chemical-resistant products can also reduce the number and types of weeds that you need in your lawn or lawn-mower lawn.

Other natural repellants: As with other natural repelling products, some natural repellers can help keep weeds and other pests away.

Some natural repeller