Garden Weed Whackers: 4 Natural Tips for a Flourishing Garden

Do you know why the garden weed always wins the race? Because it was always ‘growing’ strong. Keep reading to unveil 4 natural secrets for a weed-free garden.

Have you spent a lot of money on a chemical weed killer?
These products are affecting your beloved plants as well?
You all know that the garden is like a house that needs regular maintenance and constant cleaning. It is a delight for the eyes when you contemplate your gardens with its clean lawns without parasitic weeds that bother a lot. For this reason, we suggest you the best practices for garden weed banishing with natural and effective tricks.

I-Potato Cooking Water:

Since potato cooking water is rich in starch, it is one of the most effective natural weed killers you can find. All you need is to pour it hot on unwanted weeds.

II-White Vinegar:

White vinegar is an effective natural weed killer since it is acid dilution, it burns the aerial parts of parasitic weeds without touching the roots.

You can also use it in the joints of tiles to remove small weeds:

– Mix 3 cups of water with 150 ml of white vinegar and spray on the weeds, preferably on a sunny day.

– Be careful not to acidify the soil and destroy the microbial life.

III-Baking Soda for Garden Weed:

Baking soda has multiple uses in which personal experiences prove to be effective, also it is found as an unmatchable natural garden weed killer that curbs the regrowth of weeds.

How to make it?

– Mix 2 liters of hot water with 150 g of baking soda.

– Pour the solution into the weeds.

– It doesn’t get any easier than this!

Note: Use this tip every 6 months (twice a year).

IV-Pasta cooking water:

Like potato cooking water, pasta cooking water is well rich in starch which is a harmful component for weeds, salt within the water as well burns the unwanted roots by pouring it while still hot on the weeds, this tip is suitable for small areas.

What are you waiting for to rescue your garden and get rid of those unwelcomed intruders?

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Published by
Stacey Smith