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An Effective And Chemical Free Way To Keep Weeds Out Of Your Garden

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Summer is in full swing, and so are weeds. And each year, home owners and landscapers find themselves struggling with the daunting task of weed removal.


There are two main ways to kill weeds: you can either get on your hands and knees and pluck each one out of the ground, or you can purchase a heavy duty liquid spray that’s full of toxic ingredients. Sure, both methods get the job done—but one is extremely time consuming, and the other isn’t very healthy for humans or the environment.

There are literally ingredients in weed killers like Roundup, that can kill human cells, cause birth defects and even lead to cancer. According to Scientific American, “researchers have found that one of Roundup’s inert ingredients can kill human cells, particularly embryonic, placental and umbilical cord cells”.

That’s a pretty scary wake up call.

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But even if you ditch the toxic chemical spray (which you should), you still need an alternative method for weed removal. And no, “homemade” weed sprays do not work—they may kill the top growth, but to truly kill a perennial weed, you need the spray to be absorbed by the roots, and DIY vinegar sprays don’t accomplish this. So you’re stuck with manual removal.

However, not everyone is capable of pulling weeds out of the ground. In addition to age, some people have health complications and simply can’t be on their hands and knees all day pulling weeds out of garden soil. But, a robotic weeder can.

Tertill can be the safe solution to your weed problem.

Tertill

Tertill is a solar-powered weeding robot that lives in your garden and weeds intermittently for a total of 1-2 hours every day. Its specially designed wheels churn up the top layer of soil preventing most weeds from sprouting. If any weeds do grow, Tertill chops them down with its string trimmer.” -Tertill.com

To put it simply, the repeated “hacking” of the same weed, over and over again, will cause the entire root system to eventually give up and shrivel away—never to return again.

Another cool feature of this robotic weeder is that it runs on solar power, has 4 wheel drive and roams your lawn or garden chopping down weeds—so you don’t have to. And because it uses free energy, you never have to charge it. It’s also weather proof, and works just as hard in the rain!

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The only con to this innovative outdoor gadget is that it must be within an enclosure so that it doesn’t go rogue and roll off into the woods, street or ditch somewhere—all technology has its limits.

Utilizing Tertill truly is an environmentally friendly way to maintain your lawn or garden without utilizing unnecessary harmful chemicals.

Tertill also comes with guards to protect plants, herbs and veggies that you don’t want cut down—so no worries!

Image: Tertill

Tertill Features

  • Solar-Powered & weatherproof – Stays in garden from spring through fall
  • Kills pre-emergent weeds with specially designed wheels
  • Chops down sprouted weeds with string trimmer
  • Easy set up – No Programming or mapping – just push the button
  • Proven as effective as hand weeding by the Cornell School of Agriculture
  • Uses height to tell plants from weeds – comes with guards to protect small plants
  • Weeds in 2-5 minute intervals for 1-2 hours a day
  • Maintains up to a 200 square foot garden
  • From the inventor of Roomba

So, if you want to avoid unnecessary labor, and clear out weeds in a safe and environmentally friendly manner, then I think you should give this innovative weed removal method a try!

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