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Ingredients:

  • - spray bottle, I used a 34 oz. bottle from the $ store
  • - pickling vinegar
  • - salt, I used 1/2 cup for my size bottle
  • - dish soap, just a squeeze
  • Directions:

    Fill a spray bottle to almost full with pickling vinegar (this vinegar works better than regular vinegar because the acetic acid % is higher). Since my spray bottle wasn't huge, I added only 1/2 cup of salt, but if your spray bottle is big, add more salt.

    Squirt in a dash of dish soap into the bottle; close the bottle tightly and shake, shake, shake. You're done!

    Go outside on a bright sunny day and spray those weeds. But REMEMBER, this WILL kill your grass and plants, too - so don't get trigger happy and kill other things around the garden.

    Brief Description

    Make your own non-toxic weed killer with this recipe.

    Main Ingredient:

    vinegar

    Category:  Non-food

    Cuisine:  American

    Prep Time: 10 min

    Notes

    Also, straight vinegar can be poured on weeds, especially in cracks in driveway or sidewalks, and will work great. Just remember it's harmful to any type of plant, so avoid getting too close to grass or other plants.

    Source

    http://healthforapurpose.com/?page_id=483

    Posted By:

    healthforapurpose

    Posted On:

    March 10, 2014

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