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  When you use chemical herbicides on your lawn, you'll likely have to abide by a 24-48 hour waiting period before letting your pets or children outside. This can result in rioting, and your children slowly inching their way towards the backyard door, testing these obnoxious boundaries you've been forced to put up. All this because of a silly herbicide that could easily be replaced. Don't put up with it anymore! One of the safest alternatives to these dangerous herbicides...
  Many herbicide products used on farms and in gardens contain a chemical called glyphosate. There have been reports in recent years suggesting that this chemical may possibly cause damage to wildlife and be found at certain levels in the food you eat due to the high number of farmers who use it around their crops. You can read about the health effects of glyphosate here. Because of it's potentially harmful nature, glyphosate and any product containing similar chemicals is banned...
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...
Temperatures are rising, birds are chirping, and allergies are overcoming our sinuses. But even with all the sniffling and teary eyes, spring can be a beautiful time for nature and your garden. Your grass is growing back and your perennial plants are recovering from the frigid temperatures and preparing to bloom. Giving your plants and soil a leg-up during their recovery process can make a huge difference in the success of your garden over the next couple of months. So...
Vinegar has proven itself to be a reliable alternative to dangerous commercial weed killers. What it may lack in residual action, it makes up for in effectiveness and earth-friendliness. But what makes vinegar the perfect alternative for weed control? And how exactly does it work? Let’s find out why vinegar works as a weed-wrangling, all-natural weed killer. What is vinegar made of? Typical white vinegar (like the kind you find at the grocery store) contains 5% acetic acid and 95% water....
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