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Just want to share!!! Probably old news! But it really works!!!!

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Thank you for the recipe. Saving pets' lives too.

OldGoat43 Level 8 Oct 1, 2018
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NEVER ever buy Round-up. That stuff is toxic.

HippieChick58 Level 9 Oct 1, 2018
1

I use this one every once in a while.

Donto101 Level 7 Oct 1, 2018
1

Dish Soup? But yes it's likely.

RavenCT Level 9 Oct 1, 2018
1

I leave out the dish soap and it still works.

SkagwayKim Level 7 Oct 1, 2018
3

you should never buy round up period

Happyonearth Level 7 Oct 1, 2018
1

Wow! I put Epsom salt directly at the base of my roses 3 times a year. They love it. It helps promote new basal breaks. Dish soap is a sticker spreader for most sprays. You can take it or leave it.

I will try hard to remember never to let vinegar anywhere near.

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I've used it for years. Thanks for putting it out there. The less round up being spread around the better.

freeofgod Level 8 Oct 1, 2018
1

Sometimes weeds surprise us. I just bought my first house this past spring, and I have an entirely shady back yard. I am currently devoting all my gardening energy into building my front yard flower beds, ...raised because my soil is heavily clay. So my backyard, for now, I am letting go semi-wild. My fall "meadow" is coming into its own, as various weeds are flowering. I have lavender and gold and pink flowers. There is an adorable tiny daisy-like flower scattered about. This is southeast Louisiana. Anyone here know what it might be?

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