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Ten ways to use white vinegar in your garden

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If you want to keep an organic garden, you need to stop using plant foods and chemical pesticides, and use white vinegar instead. It will naturally destroy weeds, and support the life of your vegetables, plants and fruits.

10 ways to use white vinegar and apple cider vinegar in your garden.

Get rid of weeds

If you have weeds that are growing in your garden, you can pour some ACV onto them to destroy them. This process will also keep the soil healthy and in perfect condition.

Keep flowers fresh

Add two tablespoons of vinegar and a teaspoon of sugar to a quart of water before watering you’re your freshly cut flowers. This will help them stay fresh.

Remove snails and slugs

You can spray your flowers with some undiluted vinegar to destroy snails and slugs.

Food for plants that love acid

There are plants like begonias, azaleas, hydrangeas, rhododendrons and holly, that grow better in acidic soil. In order to make these plants grow faster, you need to add 1 cup of white vinegar to a gallon of water and then spray them.

Cleanse your hands of allergens

To soothe the itchiness and remove the debris after working in the garden, you can wash your hands with distilled vinegar.

Kill ants

Mix water and vinegar with 1:1 ratio and spray the area where the ants appear with this mixture. It will kill the ants in no time.

Wash the garden tools

You can soak the garden tools in vinegar, and leave them overnight in order to eliminate grime and rust. After you are done just rinse the vinegar off with water.

Keep cats away

You can pour distilled vinegar onto the soil in order to keep away the cats from your garden.

Keep rabbits away

If rabbits visit your garden regularly, and you do not want them there, you should soak some cotton balls in distilled vinegar and then place the cotton balls in a 35mm. film container. Poke a few holes on the top and then place the container in your garden.

Clean out the birdbath

You can scrub the birdbath with a mix of undiluted white vinegar and water. After you are done scrubbing, wash the mixture off with water.

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