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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

NEVER ever buy Round-up. That stuff is toxic.


I use this one every once in a while.

Donto101 Level 7 Oct 1, 2018

Dish Soup? But yes it's likely.

RavenCT Level 9 Oct 1, 2018

I leave out the dish soap and it still works.


you should never buy round up period


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.


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

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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