Question by  sathyaraj (26)

Is there an organic way to kill weeds in my lawn?


Answer by  Rolf (100)

I suggest you get one or two goats. If you don't have a fenced in yard you can attach them to a stake with a dog collar and chain. Move the stake each time they finish grazing one area. Goats are known to eat dandelions, thistles and all sorts of weeds. Goats are 100% organic.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Yes the two things I do to control them is either water them with boiling water or apple cider vinegar and neither one of them will hurt anything else.


Answer by  gardengirl (67)

Yes, there is an organic way to kill those weeds. Pouring boiling water on the weed will kill it. Pouring or spraying white vinegar on a weed, especially on a hot sunny day will kill it too.


Answer by  smd4newsboys (95)

Oddly enough Vinegar can serve as a great way to kill weeds in your lawn. Especially on a sunny day. Just put in a spray bottle and spay the weeds. In a few hours you should notice results.


Answer by  DylanF (93)

The normal way to eliminate an animal or plant from an environment is to introduce a natural predator. There are many different types of weeds which can make this process difficult. There are services online that allow you to look up plants by their look. You can always pull the plant's roots out of the ground.


Answer by  justmesuzanne (625)

You can spray weeds carefully with vinegar on a still, sunny day. It will work much the same way as Round Up. Be careful of overspray. It will kill anything you spray it on. Or, if you have critters like goats & chickens, pull your weeds and use them for feed!

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