Asked 10 hours ago

How do I really, truly get rid of all vegetation on my gravel?

Kelly Denoyer RussellVimarhonorEm


6 answers
  • Lynn Sorrell
    8 hours ago

    Spray in with Round-Up

  • Linda Sikut
    8 hours ago

    Hi Laurie,

    If you don't want to use chemicals, salt water can really work. Mix water and salt then apply to your gravel. The salt will kill the soil below so that nothing will grow. Here's an article with proportions. Wishing you the best.

  • William
    7 hours ago

    I use a mixture of sale, vinegar, and water in a garden sprayer. Saturate the gravel and weeds. You need to get down to the roots. I did this in my gravel walk and it lasted four years.

  • Em
    6 hours ago

    I have tried every remedy of salt vinegar hot water etc suggested by people. As much as I hate chemicals I finally succumbed to a weed killer spray. It worked. It also prevents new growth.

  • Vimarhonor
    5 hours ago

    Hello, using DIY chemicals, a commercial herbicide or a weed dragon will get rid of weeds, yet with all of these methods a reemergence can occur and need retreatment.

    Weed killer can help manage and reset your situation. If using a commercial product refer to product labeling and instructions and wear personal protection as labeling directs.

    We had a 200 foot pea gravel driveway that was a nightmare to maintain.

    Weeds and vegetation constantly popped up. Our options were to use round up vegetation killer or the weed dragon.Both worked but needed continued reapplication which seemed like 7-10 days. We ended up putting in a concrete driveway to solve this issue and I’ve never been happier!

    If your weedy situation is too close to a flammable structure this weed burner won't be an option!

    Never burn poison ivy!

  • Round up or other broad spectrum killer.

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