Don’t worry; this isn’t a journey into the mind of a drug user or a bad acid trip.
It’s about killing those pesky weeds in your garden, flower beds, and yard by using our household pal Vinegar. Tired of spending your hard earned dollars on expensive, commercial chemical weed killers? Try using vinegar to kill those unwanted weeds.
Why vinegar? Vinegar is a natural weed killer you can use in your yard without worrying about killing off your pets or kids. It is inexpensive, non-toxic, fast acting, and doesn’t cause long term damage to the soil. It works best on warm, dry days. I know finding those days here in the Seattle area might be tough, but when they do come, whip out that spray bottle of vinegar and kill those weeds!
I have my own special receipe that I use to make a custom weed killer.
-Quart of vinegar
-1/4 cup of salt
-1/4 tablespoon of table salt
I usually mix this up in a quart spray bottle I purchased from the local grocery store. Shake it a few times and now you are ready to kill the weeds.
Keep in mind, that this natural weed killer is non-selective. It will also kill your grass, flowers, and other plants you love. Be careful when you are spraying.
Some weeds, I will cut down and then spray the remaining stump of the weed with my natural weed killer. This is very effective for dandilions.
It is easy, cheap, and non toxic. Good luck and enjoy!