A question on garden land and getting it ready for next year. I have a area roughly 100x100 that I use my tractor tiller to work the land. Since I have got the tiller I have not plowed the land up. I usually have some soil sent off each year to test to see what I need. I add whatever is needed. Due to that stuff tends to grow good there. Being that it is better enriched it seems like it is a magnet for every kind of weed or grass known to man. My problem the last few years is that I can not control the weeds or grass. I can clean it and in a few days its overrun with grass again. I don't have enough spare time after work to clean it like it currently needs. My question is what can I do this fall in order to help control the weeds. This piece of land has never had any kind of weed killer or poison sprayed on t and I would like to keep it that way. One thing I have been curious about is this. I have been wondering if since I have not plowed it under good and only tillering it to about 4 to 6 inches if that is allowing the grass to grow better. I wounder if I plow it down and then disk it up this fall and then tillering it in the spring would help control the weeds. Each year it seems the weeds get twice as bad as they were the year before.