|06-23-2014 10:09 PM|
|jocoyn||This approach takes time..........For a large area like a vegetable garden, you can also lay down thick paper or cardboard and just let it sit for awhile if you are not in a rush (cover with rocks or something to hold it in place)........this is better for spot treatment but I have even killed poison ivy with vinegar and patience. Same with Bermuda Grass.|
|06-23-2014 10:00 PM|
|06-23-2014 08:14 PM|
|Courtney||I mainly use it on the cracks in the driveway & walkway to the front door.|
|06-23-2014 08:12 PM|
|Nigel||We've killed weeds with straight vinegar, not in your lawn though, just curbs etc...|
|06-23-2014 07:44 PM|
It really does work best on hot dry sunny days. Get it down in the AM. Takes a couple of days.
I pretty much use the same ratio that Twyla posted.
|06-23-2014 07:40 PM|
|wildwolf60||Huh, didn't work when I tried it last year, but then maybe my weeds are worse.|
|06-23-2014 05:43 PM|
|jocoyn||Safe. Takes some time. Works. Does best in areas where the sun can get to the weeds..if you need stronger you can buy horticultural (20% vs 5%) vinegar.|
|06-23-2014 05:31 PM|
1 gallon vinegar
1 cup epsom salt
1/2 cup detergent
It did take a couple of days, but it does work.
|06-23-2014 05:30 PM|
|Twyla||Great!!.. First job is the bottom of the fence. Going broke buying the string for the weed eater on that.|
|06-23-2014 05:29 PM|
|Jax08||It works?! What proportions?|
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