Question by  elsewhen (627)

Is there a natural weed killer?


Answer by  step (309)

This weed killer is about as natural as it gets, pouring boiling water on the weeds. This method is also very effective on poisonous plants, such as poison ivy or poison oak. Another benefit is that it is almost free, just the cost of heating the water.


Answer by  peterwang (41)

Vinegar is a good natural weed killer. It contains an acid called acetic acid which actually is responsible for killing the weed. The stronger the vinegar or acetic acid content the more likely that the vinegar will kill the weed. The only downfall is that distribution of the vinegar should be concentrated on the weed in question because the acetic acid can kill grass and other plants, also.


Answer by  Wackonorm (164)

Yes, there are many various ways to organically and naturally kill weeds. You can use rock salt, vinegar, pulling them out by hand and boiling water. Another homemade recipe is to fill a 32 ounce spray bottle with one ounce gin, one ounce liquid soap and one ounce vinegar. Spray just the weeds.

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