A good vinegar mixture to kill weeds is 1 gallon of household white vinegar and 1 cup of salt. Blend the mixture and pour it into a plastic spray bottle, drenching the weeds on a dry and sunny day. Plants soaked in the s... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Landscaping

Making a homemade weed killer with bleach requires combining some common household products with water. You need a large pot, a wooden spoon, water, salt, liquid dish soap, a spray bottle, a bucket, rubber gloves and ble... More » Home & Garden Pest Control

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 » Home & Garden Pest Control
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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 » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Landscaping

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It is important to apply weed and feed during the time when weeds are actively growing. The granules must stick to the leafy portions of the weeds, so application should take place when the lawn is damp, but when there i... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Landscaping