The followings are 5 useful and enjoyable ways to keep our garden away from weeds.

Tip 1: Keep the weed out of your walking row

Keeping the weed out of your walking row between the trees is just as essential to the condition of a garden.  The answer is mulch, mulch and mulch. You can use whatever you have on your hand. Shredded leaves and straw work perfectly to make a thick from 3 to 5 inches hiding between the planting row.  For a long time, some weeds would begin to emerge, and we could easily remove them on the daily trip in your garden. If they become denser, then we could simply use the best weed eater in your garden and mow down the weeds.  It will looks great again immediately and remains this way for many weeks. It is so much better and simpler than tilling the soil between the rows.

 

 

Tip 2:  Remove the bare soil from your beds and garden

Bare soil is probably the root of most problems with weed. It is an open encouragement for blowing the seeds of weed to become emerged. By soil protection and mulches usage, you could dramatically limit the possibility of weeds to grow. We often combine the mulches in the garden space to cover it.

Just remember that an open space is the encouragement for soil erosion and weed grow.
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Light bulb

What should you do with a burned light bulb or there is a problem with the lamp? Well, first of all, you need to check the circuit through your light bulb. You can use the low resistance or CONT setting. However, if you want to do this test with the compact fluorescent bulb or fluorescent tube, it will not work because these bulbs and tubes don’t have a running continuous conductor through it. While the incandescent light bulbs have the running continuous conductor. Instead of that, these compact fluorescent tubes and bulbs have a conductor that and are filled by a gas when it is contacted to high voltage of electrical charge.

If after checking, you find that the bulbs are still good, it is necessary to check on your lamp for further. You need to set the multimeter at 400 volt of AC selection. Now, you use one probe to touch on the side of bulb socket and other probe on the tip at the socket bottom. At that moment, the reading of meter should be at about 120 volts. In the USA, most of the electrical outlets work on 120 volts and other heavy appliance units such as electric stoves or clothes dryers operate on 230 volts. In a lot of other parts around the world, all household electrical units use standard voltage at 230 to 240 volts. Therefore, you can adjust the reading of meter you want following to your locale voltage. Read More →