Why, when weeding crops by hand, should you not pull the weeds out of the soil with a jerk, taking them by the tops?

Weeds should not be jerked out when weeding, because parts of the horse weed system may remain in the soil. Weeds most often reproduce by parts of the root, therefore, when they are pulled out sharply, new weeds will grow in this place from the bark particles.
If you pull out the weeds with a jerk, the stalk will break off and the weed will develop side shoots, thereby increasing the amount of aboveground green mass. At the root there is a mass of buds, which, when the stem is destroyed, will grow, which will increase the number of weeds and their power.

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