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How to apply vinegar for natural weed control
The best way to apply vinegar for weed control is with a spray bottle or pump sprayer.
These tools are most effective if you're wanting to eliminate large swatches of weeds on walkways, driveways or other areas where there are no other plants immediately at risk.
Because vinegar is not selective, using it for killing weeds naturally should be done on a sunny day when there is no wind to prevent it from blowing onto other plants.
If you're trying to be very selective and kill small batches of weeds in among other plants and flowers, apply vinegar with an old brush only to the weeds being targeted.
Spray or paint the vinegar on liberally to kill weeds naturally.
Leaves and stems should be soaked.
Allow it to dry and wait for a day or two to see full results.
You may have to reapply more vinegar periodically.
Any type of vinegar will work to kill weeds and white vinegar is the least expensive.
Keep several gallons in your shed so it's on hand when needed.
Vinegar is not choosy and cannot differentiate between broad-leaf weeds, narrow-leaf weeds, grass, flowers or vegetables.
If you're not careful when applying vinegar for weed control, it will kill whatever it touches.
So although it's eco-friendly and biodegradable, it takes a little forethought to manage an effective application.