Bleach is an effective way to kill weeds, but it also kills any grass it comes in contact with. The best way to use bleach to kill weeds is to spray it into crevices and cracks on the sidewalk where the weeds tend to pop... More »

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Bleach can be used to kill grass and weeds when mixed with water. It is important to apply the solution when it doesn't rain for at least 24 hours. More »

Bleach does kill moss. However, bleach kills other plants, such as grass and flowers, and can discolor pavement. Bleach diluted in water is less likely to kill surrounding plants or discolor pavement. More »

Buffalo grass grows best in warm soil with a decreasing amount of water and with removal of the weeds in the area. Buffalo grass grows from the spring to the fall and, once matured, grows without needing any water. More »

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While bleach kills the mold it comes into contact with, it is not efficient for killing mold growing on porous substrates because it does not penetrate these substrates well. Bleach is suitable for removing mold growing ... More »

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Pre-emergent weed herbicides are the first line of defense against weeds and should always be applied as early in the season as is reasonable. As their name connotes, pre-emergent weed killers are meant to be applied wel... More »

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Crabgrass, which is one of the most common yard weeds, is characterized by leaves that form a tight circle, appearing in bare spots of the yard. Another common yard weed, dandelions, feature yellow flowers and long tapro... More »

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