Noxious Weed & Invasive Plant Control
California native plants and even traditional ornamentals stand little chance when let to compete on their own with foreign invasive weeds like mustard, pampas grass, papyrus, and various grasses. It requires diligence to manage noxious weed populations as new plantings mature. They compete for the limited water we get, light, air and rootspace and the effect is cumulative. With irrigation the issue is exacerbated, but even without irrigation it can still be the deciding factor in the success or failure of a newly installed landscape. The job is not over once the irrigation is installed and softscape planted.