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Once you get weeds cleared out, by whatever method, you can do any of several things to help prevent regrowth. Spray your pavers with water, making sure to get the sides facing the void good and damp. Then use concrete bagged with sand (not with rocks, gravel or "aggregate" in it. Using a large funnel, fill the voids with dry concrete. Use a ...


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The space between your pavers is a perfect place for wind to blow in some soil and seeds and something will start to grow. Removing existing weeds is simple, but keep in mind that this process will repeat itself. You can try to prevent accumulation of soil by removing any gaps that can trap soil, but that seems like a lot of work, pulling out a weed when it ...


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Your photos show two different types of paving; the top photo shows block paving, which is laid on sand with the blocks closely laid and then infilled with polymeric sand using a whacker plate. Whilst this type of paving is helpful to the environment because it's semi permeable (allows water to dissipate between the cracks, reducing flood risk from heavy ...


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If you have just a few weeds, you can kill them by pouring boiling water on them. Of course in larger numbers this quickly becomes very time consuming, as you keep having to return to the kitchen, refill the kettle, and wait for it to boil again. This will work for shallow-rooted plants. If you have deep-rooted weeds, boiling water will kill the leaves but ...


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