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Homemade Weed Killer

Aren’t you tired of spending lots of money on expensive products that you need for your gardening, in order to keep your dream garden good looking and your plants and flowers healthy? Well, you should know that in anything, there exist other second alternatives, for example, to kill the weed. Instead of buying something for this problem, you can prepare a recipe by yourself. Here you can learn how. 

Recipe: 1 gallon white vinegar, 1/4 cup salt, 1/2 cup liquid dish detergent.

Vinegar: Do not dilute with water. Use common household vinegar or a pickling vinegar for more killing power.

Salt: 1 part salt to 2 parts water should do it. You can also sprinkle straight salt over top.

Vinegar & Dish Detergent: Pickling vinegar and a few drops of liquid dish detergent.

Liquid Dish Detergent: 1 part liquid dish detergent to 10 parts of water.

Lemon Juice and Vinegar: 1/2 cup lemon juice mixed with 1 quart household vinegar.

Spray directly onto your weeds. This recipe works best when it is hotter outside so it can dry up the weeds. Be sure not to spray on your flower bed as it will eliminate your flowers.

Homemade Weed Killer

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