Vinegar contains acetic acid which can kill weeds effectively and naturally. This material is preferred by many gardeners because it is more environmentally friendly than herbicides. You can put vinegar in a spray bottle and spray it on your weeds while avoiding the plants you want to keep. For stronger weeds, you will need to buy horticultural vinegar, add dish soap, or put salt in the vinegar before spraying it on the weeds. If you do not have time, you can use Weed Killer.
Visit your local grocery store and buy a bottle of basic vinegar, usually with a 5% concentration of acetic acid. Maybe you should only buy a gallon if the weeds are low. You can buy more if you have more weeds to kill, but a gallon should be enough to cover a large area. Vinegar is a substance that kills weeds. Ideally, use white vinegar as it is the most recommended and affordable. However, you can also use cider vinegar.
Mix vinegar with 2 teaspoons of laundry soap. The detergent will help the vinegar stick to the weeds longer. It is recommended that you add 2 teaspoons of laundry soap per 4 gallons of vinegar. Stir the two together in a bowl or bucket. Pour it into a sprayer. Choose a spray pump with a long tube and nozzle to make it easier to spray large areas. Fill the sprayer with a mixture of vinegar and dish soap, or add as much as needed in the sprayer. Spray on the vinegar solution on sunny days. The acetic acid in the vinegar will dry out the weeds, so spray the vinegar when the weeds are in the sun for at least a few hours to increase the drying power of the vinegar. Spray it in the morning so the weeds can get plenty of sun rays.
Using a spray pump, spray bottle, or bottle with a hole in it, spray vinegar on the weeds you want to kill. Moisten the weeds leaves completely with vinegar, and don’t forget about the roots. Try not to get the vinegar on the plants you care for. Vinegar can also kill plants and flowers, so be careful how to spray the vinegar onto the weeds.