Monday, June 10, 2013


"Got Weeds? Use Vinegar, Not Roundup"

In 2011, Monsanto, the product’s evil manufacturer, agreed with the New York Attorney General’s office to discontinue their use of the terms “biodegradable” and “environmentally friendly” in ads promoting Roundup. Why? Because these terms were bald-faced lies. Roundup is neither biodegradable nor environmentally friendly.

The next time you want to murder your weeds, why douse them with something that will remain in the soil for who knows how long? Maybe you should reach for vinegar instead. Vinegar is cheap. It’s easy to use. I keep gallons of it in my garden shed.

How to Apply: You can use a watering can, a spray bottle or a pump-sprayer to apply vinegar. I use a pump-sprayer, because it is more efficient. Be sure to rinse your sprayer after use, or metal parts (if any) can corrode.

Make your application on a warm, sunny, calm (not windy) day. Vinegar is not selective; it can potentially harm plants you wish to keep, should you accidentally spray them. As I said earlier, I use vinegar on walkways, where grass and ornamental plants are not an issue.

Water was Not added.


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Comments from fans:

"John S****s: gallon vinegar. half cup salt. tablespoon washing up liquid. best recipe. weeds disappear. and dont grow again!! tested..."

"Pami Ta****: I use distilled white vinegar ... it works every time"

"Roxann Han*****: My husband once emptied his sprayer by blasting a 4 x 4 section of the lawn. It had old round up in the sprayer. that 4x 4 section is still dead. that was 4 or 5 yrs. ago. I personally haven't used chemicals since about 1996. My dog was exposed to malithione and suffered immediate neuro/ brain damage . Had to be euthanized.So if I can grow beautiful gardens using only natural remedies, anyone can. Monsanto you are liars, all of you!"

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