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Since herbicides can remain in the soil and make it unable to sustain plant life for months, many gardeners turn to natural weed-killing techniques. One such method calls for boiling water, vinegar, salt, or a combinatio... More »

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There are several methods of killing weeds without using chemicals, including pulling them, smothering them, and pouring salt, vinegar or boiling water on them. Weeds can be controlled through the use of physical barrier... More »

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The acetic acid in vinegar is a natural weed killer, but adding water dilutes its effectiveness. Because household vinegar only has a 5 percent concentration of acetic acid, it must be applied multiple times. More »

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Casoron, Roundup, Sedgehammer and Green Light Wipe Out Tough Weed Killer for Lawns are herbicides that kill nutgrass and are available to home gardeners. These chemicals are only effective at killing nutgrass before it e... More »

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