An all-natural weed killing solution that works on just about anything. You've got to try this one!

 
When I was doing my reading around different gardening forums, trying to figure out some good DIY weed killing solutions, one of the ideas I came across was this one I’m sharing with you today. This one really works! You use it in quite small amounts as well, so it’s able to rinse from the soil fairly quickly and allow you to plant there. Careful not to get any on the plants you want to keep though!
 


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  1. This is crap! Where is the recipe???????

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    1. gal apple cider vinegar 1/2 cup salt and 1 tsp dish washing liquid (dawn)

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    2. 1 CUP DISH SOAP (DAWN BLUE)
      1 CUP EPSOM SALT OR REGULAR SALT
      1 GALLON CHITE VINEGAR
      MIX WELL AND SPRAY ON WEEDS

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  2. Just click on the 'source' button at the bottom of the picture!!

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  3. It would be better if you actually put the name of the source and then link it.

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  4. I think I will make up a smaller amount than listed here just to try on this horrible "Bind Weed - better known as Wild Morning Glory" It keeps coming back to our yard from our neighbor's yard, and I just don't like to use Roundup anymore. I will figure out this formula and do the math. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  5. Works awesome. I noticed a difference a couple of hours later and a bigger difference 2 days later.

    I wish I could post the before and after picture on here.

    Thanks for this :-)

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  6. "This is crap! Where is the recipe???????"

    lol, notice and click links much? at the bottom of the article is a link that says "source". click that, and there's the recipe.

    I swear, people spend more time freaking out and commenting than they do solving their own problems. Gotta love the internets!!

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  7. Will this kill my hedges where the poison is growing thru?

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  8. Will this kill my hedges where the poison is growing thru?

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