Cornmeal is known as a natural substitute for chemical preemergent herbicides. Using cornmeal as weed killer is a great way to eradicate weeds without the threat of toxic chemicals. Apply early spring before weed seeds sprout
This Natural weed killer saved my 5 acres AND my health, plus it's cheaper than round up! 1 at apple cider vinegar, c epsom salt and a tsp of dish soap. Spray on a sunny spray- no rain for hrs
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Natural Weed Killers For MacGyver-Like Organic Gardeners
Gardening tip! To make an all natural weed killer from Borax: Dissolve of Borax in of warm water. Then add that solution to gallons of water. Pour into a spray bottle, and you’ll have enough to kill square feet of weeds!
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Store bought weed killers are full with toxic chemicals. This is why making a natural homemade weed killer is the perfect and smart thing to do.
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Cheap, Safe, and Incredibly Effective Homemade Lawn Food
DIY Miracle Grow 1 gallon of water 1 tbsp epsom salt 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.
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