Buying chemical products for the garden is always risking your health and that of your family. Chemicals will never be healthy for people, the environment, or any living thing around them. But you do not have to think that it is the only option to have your garden healthy, you can create your own herbicide with vinegar and without adding anything else.
Vinegar bank It is the most used to create herbicides, although I must also tell you that any vinegar you have around the house will do you good. There are many types of vinegar that exist, the most popular without a doubt is apple cider, although generally the strongest vinegars will depend on its acidity, and the higher the acidity it has, the more power it will have to kill weeds. Next, I am going to give you some recipes so you can create your own herbicide with vinegar.
The vinegar is only strong enough to kill the weeds. The undiluted vinegar it has 18% and may be enough for your weeds. You can put a little vinegar in a spray to always have it ready.
East herbicide consists of mixing dish soap with a glass of vinegar undiluted in water. This mixture can be twice as powerful as an insecticide, but much cheaper and also without harming your health or without harming the environment. You must be careful when using it, because just as it can kill weeds, it can also kill plants that are good. In this sense, you will have to be careful not to spray your flowers or plants with this homemade herbicide.
For prepare this homemade herbicideYou will have to mix a cup of vinegar with a cup of salt and a tablespoon of dish soap. Mix it up and spray on your weeds, but be very careful not to spray where you don't touch!
Remember that homemade herbicides are powerful and just as they can kill plants they can kill other plants that you do not want to die. In addition, you also have to take into account that vinegar kills bacteria, mold and germs (for example in the kitchen), but there are bacteria in the soil of your garden that are beneficial, so you will have to avoid that liquid from the herbicide falls on the soil because it would sterilize for at least up to two years and you couldn't plant anything.
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