Spring showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring May weeds. And June weeds and July weeds and ... well, you get the picture.
While you can spray herbicides to knock them out, it's not an ideal method because you can't easily pinpoint the targeted plant. As a result, you might harm nearby plants and beneficial insects like bees and ladybugs. You can pull them by hand but that's back-breaking work.
A better option is the Red Weeder. It gives you total application control, from the herbicide you choose (synthetic or organic) to where you apply it. And you stand upright to use it.
Choose from two styles: a hockey-stick version for larger weeds or areas, or a vertical dabber for small weeds and tight spots. Simply remove the end plug of the stick, fill with your herbicide of choice, and wipe the applicator over the weeds.
Stand tall, and win the war on weeds!