Homemade Weed Killer Recipes
Spring and summer bring out the best in everyone. After a long, cold winter, all everyone wants is some sun. To get outside and spend some time in the great outdoors. This can include camping, sports, and gardening.
Gardening is a great love and comfort to many. Whether it be tending flower beds, keeping your lawn green and immaculate, or working on your crop of fruits and veggies, everyone who boasts a green thumb has a single enemy: weeds. No matter how good a gardener you are, everyone deals with weeds. They pop up anywhere and everywhere.
So how are you to deal with it?
Sure, you can go down to your local garden center and buy a big jug of weed killer and a nozzle, but then you run the risk of poisoning, contamination of your other plants, and exposure of not only yourself but all those around you to toxic chemicals.
Research has been done, and you realize you can get rid of your pesky weed problem in a more organic and natural way. There’s no need for you to spend the money on expensive chemicals when you can buy nearly everything you need in your local grocery store.
7 Ways to deal with Weed
In this article, we’ve listed the top choices for easy at-home weed killers anyone can use.
Suppresses and prevents weeds from growing, and when it breaks down it becomes a fertilizer your plants will love!
Not recommended for your small flower beds, but if you have large beds and lots of growing to do, this could be an effective solution that’ll last the whole growing season.
Using vinegar in higher concentrations is both a cheap and environmentally friendly way to rid your garden of any unwanted plants.
Used like landscape fabric, this will work for your small gardens, as you won’t need to break the bank buying all the local newspapers. Layer it with mulch and cardboard and it’ll last you a good long while.
Scattered over your garden beds, cornmeal will help prevent chickweed, crabgrass, and dandelions.
Baking soda is an excellent product found in your pantry that works great for killing plants growing in the cracks of your driveway and sidewalks.
Boiling water works very well. Sometimes… a little too well. It kills plants, yes. But you need to be careful to not get any on the plants you actually want, as it’ll kill them too.
Hopefully you will try these recipes at home and share your results and thoughts in comments section below.