Protecting crops from weeds:
Herbicides are commonly used in agriculture to protect crops from competition with weeds, which can reduce crop yields.
Controlling weeds in non-agricultural areas:
Herbicides can also be used in non-agricultural settings, such as gardens, lawns, and parks, to control weeds.
Enhancing the appearance of landscapes:
Herbicides can be used to maintain the appearance of landscapes by controlling weeds that may be unsightly or invasive.
Preventing the spread of weeds:
Herbicides can be used to prevent the spread of weeds, particularly those that are considered invasive and can cause ecological damage