What is a good organic, non-toxic weed killer?

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Anonymous

I used a gallon of vinegar, mixed with a couple cups of table salt, and one drop of liquid dish detergent to good effect. Its does not perform as good as Round Up, but my conscious is clear using it.

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Anonymous

Salt can build up in the soil and cause burning on leaf edges when it is absorbed along with water and left behind by evaporation. Safer Brand Weed and Grass Killer is organic and effective with minimal environmental hazards. It has been thoroughly tested for effectiveness and safety, unlike home remedies.

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Anonymous

We always use organic weed killers on our lawn and garden. Vinegar, corn gluten meal and herbicidal soaps are homemade options. Commercial organic weed killers are based on citrus and corn gluten....Read More

Anonymous

I use different types for different uses. Horticultural 20% acetic acid (vinegar) is good for non-discriminatory use on sidewalks and walkways. I use leaves as mulch in the fall and groundcovers where I can to control weeds....Read More