THE USES OF VINEGAR in the GARDEN

| Tuesday, March 12, 2013 | |
VINEGAR has been around for a thousand years and it has 1001 uses!


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GARDEN

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KILL WEEDS AND UNWANTED GRASSES.  Just pour vinegar especially on a cracks walkways and driveways or pouring white vinegar on the weeds and grasses itself.

GIVE ACID-LOVING PLANTS.  A cup of white distilled vinegar to a gallon of tap water is a good mixture for watering plants like azaleas, rhododendrons, hydrangeas and gardenias.

STOP ANTS TO COME TOGETHER IN A GROUP. Pour vinegar on the area where ants are congregating.

DISCOURAGE CATS.  When kids are playing in the sand box it will discourage cats to play with them if you pour white vinegar on the sand.

PRESERVE CUT FLOWERS AND LIVEN THE DROOPY ONES.  Just add 2 tbsps white vinegar and 1 tbsp sugar to a quart of water in a vase.

AVOID SKIN PROBLEMS AFTER WORKING IN THE GARDEN. Just rinse your hands with white vinegar.

SANITIZE OUTDOOR FURNITURE AND PICNIC TABLES.  With a cloak soak in white vinegar, just wipe it.

CLEAN PLASTIC PATIO FURNITURE.  A solution of 1 tbsp white vinegar to 1 gallon of water.

These are just some of the uses of white vinegar to our garden more HERE.

  

1 comments:

Trackback by kunganoano June 17, 2013 at 4:12 PM said...

WOW! nice article.. keep on posting useful contents.

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