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·     Weeds are the plants that grow in place where it is not needed.

·     They are considered unwanted plants.

·  They can grow anywhere and can be easily seen in pots, garden, lawns and farms.

·    They grow very vast and compete for water, light, nutrients and space with main plant.

·     Example: – Dandelion, Poison Ivy, Milk Thistle etc.


Some plants are considered to be “weedy plants” because they spread easily and grow without any purposeful cultivation, but they aren’t weeds.

Only harmful plants are considered to be weeds. Plants that invade the habitats of other plants, causing damage and death, are considered to be weeds.

These weeds appear in habitats that already belong to other plants, growing so well and so quickly that they overtake or otherwise compromise the existing ecosystem.

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