When it came to landscaping, our yard was always in the top spot in terms of beauty and quality.
But it didn’t take long for some people to start noticing a lack of quality.
And now it looks like that problem may be making its way to the yard.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than 7,300,000 acres of lawns and gardens in the U and Canadian provinces have been impacted by weed and disease outbreaks.
The report, which was released Monday, comes as the lawn industry faces new challenges from pests and disease as well as drought and drought-related issues.
The number of acres planted with weed and weeds has increased more than 40 percent since 2012, according to the USDA.
But the number of crops grown for weed and diseases has decreased.
In 2016, the number for weed, disease, and crop mortality were up 17 percent, while for crop loss they were down 20 percent, the report found.
According to the report, the vast majority of the weed and crop losses were due to drought and disease.
The most commonly reported crops are corn, soybeans, cotton, and tomatoes.
The remaining crops were almonds, potatoes, lettuce, and watermelons.
The study’s authors said they hoped that their study could help weed control organizations identify and fix any remaining crop loss.
But there are also a few issues that could impact the weed control industry.
“The key to weed control is to ensure that the weeds that are most likely to grow and cause crop loss are removed before they grow, so you don’t have to remove plants from the landscape just to control weeds,” said Paul R. Tully, a professor of environmental science at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
He said that the more crops you grow, the harder it is to get rid of the weeds.
“When you get more weeds in a field, you’re going to have more disease,” Tully said.
“The problem is that weeds are the number one cause of crop loss in this country, and the weeds are often the number two cause of disease.”
According to Tully and other researchers, weeds can cause crop failure, crop loss, and disease, so if you plant crops that aren’t well-suited to weed management, it can make it harder to weed them out.
“I think the weed management industry is going to look at this study and say, ‘Wow, this is really hard to do,'” he said.
“We’re not going to make a lot of money off weed management if we’re not able to control it properly.”
The report comes as weeds and diseases have plagued lawns across the country.
The USDA found that more than 1 million acres of crops were lost in 2017 alone.
And it doesn’t look like the problem is getting any easier.
In fact, the USDA is forecasting that the number may actually increase this year.
According the report’s authors, the most likely cause of weed and weed control failure will be poor irrigation and soil condition, and that drought and other factors could make weed control difficult.
The USDA has issued drought warnings for some states as well.
In 2018, Colorado and Iowa were placed in a drought warning for at least a month, the same drought conditions as in 2017.
Colorado and Oklahoma also experienced drought warnings.
In 2018, the drought in Alabama was declared, and some counties in Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi were also placed in drought warnings this year as well, according the USDA report.