In Georgia, our weeds are persistent growers year round. When we clear our plots for the summer though, or between seasons when our veggies are not growing, weeds spread, multiply and celebrate! That’s one of the reasons to plant a cover crop or spread some helpful mulch to the soil. One of our farmers sent me photos of some of the rascals that are common in our gardens and need to be pulled before their spreading roots take over. So be vigilant, stay on top of the weeds and when you see one, pull three!