Weeds are incredibly resilient and hardy compared to food crops, and have been a challenge for farmers for centuries. They have adapted to many forms of human intervention, from herbicides to tilling, making them difficult to eradicate. Weeds have also become resistant to many pest species, and their deep root systems can survive in extreme conditions. They can also outcompete food crops for resources like water, light, and nutrients. For these reasons, weeds are a constant struggle for farmers and can be nearly impossible to eradicate.
Mar, 27 2023