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Killing weeds using toxic chemicals is a thing of the past. Not only is it dangerous -- it's unnecessary. 

Now that the weather is getting warmer in many parts of the world, it's time to get your yard and garden ready for the beautiful summer approaching. And with all the free time at home, this is a great opportunity to tend to your yard and try out some new methods of weed killing and maintenance.

Natural Weed Killer: Safer for Pets & the Environment

A great alternative to toxic chemicals like glyphosate is something you use around the kitchen -- it's vinegar! Vinegar has been used for hundreds of years for hundreds of different things, including but not limited to: cooking, cleaning, deodorizing, degreasing, and gardening. But killing weeds is one of the most helpful uses of vinegar for those of you who love to garden and take care of your landscape.

Vinegar contains acetic acid which is an effective and powerful herbicide that kills and withers away weeds while also being safe for the environment. The natural weed-killing contents of vinegar will work wonders at ridding your yard of all kinds of weeds without releasing the potentially hazardous fumes and run-off as when using more popular chemical herbicides.

After using vinegar in your yard, you can let your children and pets out to play right away, unlike with chemical weed killers. It's the perfect alternative and works just as well!

How to Use Vinegar Weed Killer

Vinegar is incredibly simple to use as a weed killer, but we have a few helpful tips to get you started.

  1. Concentration: Use a vinegar product with a higher concentration of vinegar than your regular table vinegar, which usually caps at around 5%. A vinegar product containing 20% vinegar is four times the strength and will be deadlier to weeds, ensuring an all-encompassing, quick weed killing process.
  2. Sprayer: Use a pump sprayer or backpack sprayer to kill weeds quickly and with little effort. A sprayer makes the job all the more easier!
  3. Contact: Vinegar is a non-selective herbicide, which means not only will it kill weeds, but it will kill other plants if sprayed directly. Use your sprayer to aim the vinegar mist directly onto undesired weeds, avoiding direct contact with grass and plants.
  4. Weather: Vinegar weed killer can be used in any weather, however it works faster on a dry, sunny day. When the sun hits the vinegar-sprayed weeds, it will work hand-in-hand with the vinegar to dry up and kill the weeds in no time.

 

Looking to get yourself some high-concentration vinegar?

Try out 20% Vinegar Weed Killer. The perfect alternative to toxic chemicals.

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I tried your 30% vinegar on a small patch of grass & it quickly killed the grass. THEN, I read the info on the container and worried about spraying it around the fenceline in my horses dry lot. It sounds so toxic, but I would imagine it is okay for them to attempt to eat the little bits of grass after awhile. How long after I spray can I let the horses back into the area where I have sprayed?

Dee on

What is the strongest vinegar for weeds you have?

Dee on

What is the strongest vinegar for weeds you have?

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