Weeds in the garden are a perennial nuisance. Nothing grows, be it because the weather is too cool or too hot, weeds always sprout. If you don’t do something about the annoying weeds on a regular basis, they will take over and overgrow the entire garden. They are strong competition for the other garden plants and sometimes kill one or the other of them.
Many hobby gardeners are familiar with using vinegar and salt against weeds. It’s an old home remedy, I keep hearing. My grandma did that. That is partly true, but you have to know where and how to do it. You can do a lot wrong with vinegar and salt, more than you achieve good. What to pay attention to? What is forbidden and what is allowed? How do I do it right? Continue reading!

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