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All Natural Weed Killer DIY

Did you know that glyphosate, used in Roundup, is one of the most toxic chemicals on the planet? There are plenty of all-natural ways to eliminate weeds. One of my favorite is this quick and easy weed killer DIY. It’s great to use on pavers, sidewalks, and gravel or stone areas where weeds pop through. Bonus – no harmful chemicals!
Time: 5 Minutes Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy
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The ingredients are all simple products you already have in your home:
  • Watering can
  • Vinegar
  • Dish soap (all-natural) or castile soap
  • Salt
  • Water
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This is not an exact science – approximate measures are totally fine. You will want to pour in about 1/4 of the watering can with vinegar. Then add about 2 TBSP or one squirt of the dish soap, and about 1/4 cup of salt. Again – no stress… a little more or less of anything and it will still work. Then fill up the remainder of the watering can with your garden hose. You may need to rest for a minute here and there to let the bubbles subside.

Also, I use a dedicated watering can for this so I don’t have to worry about cleaning it out to water my flowers.
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Back to Roundup. It’s actually the brand name for a poison called glyphosate. Glyphosate is one of the most toxic chemicals known to man and is a patented antibiotic that destroys the good bacteria in your gut. With so much of our produce being sprayed with Roundup, that is why it’s important to purchase organic and/or non-GMO produce, and also to not spray Roundup near your home.

That is why I love this weed killer. It’s so simple and inexpensive and it works. All-naturally!
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Want to see the entire DIY and a video in action? Be sure to click on the link below and head over the blog to see the article. I would love for you to stop by and say hello and let me know what you think!

To see more: https://pinkfortitude.com/weed-killer/

  • Fran

    Does this recipework for all types of weeds. I have two jumbo pricker weeds that a pain in my rocks along the side of my home. They return so quickly because I can never pull out all of the roots. I have been on the hunt for the best and most

  • Carol
    Carol Fenton, MI

    Hi Holly, Thank you for the recipe for natural weed killer. I am going to mix some up for my little devils!

  • Louis White
    Louis White San Antonio, TX

    Recipe Given but what do you do with the mix. No application directions are given.

    • Holly Bertone
      Holly Bertone Alexandria, VA

      The full set of instructions are in the blog post - the link is provided. But you pretty much add it together and water your weeds!

  • Kathy Bitzan
    Kathy Bitzan Olympia, WA

    I still have some weeds coming up after spraying heavily with this mixture, I guess I'll do some hot water and then get the blow torch out. and re rock the area.

    • Kathy Bitzan
      Kathy Bitzan Olympia, WA

      I have done two applications since I wanted to get a head start on curbing them this year. I have my solution in an old detergent bottle to give them a good squirt plus I have a big sprayer I use. I put a bit much vinegar so it was a bit heavy to

  • Gorky Pal

    Thanks a lot Holi, it is as simple, didn't know.I will definitely try out

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