If you want to have an organic garden, you have to quit using chemical pesticides. Instead of using those commercial products you should start using vinegar. Are you surprised? Yes, vinegar destroys weeds and support the life of your plants, vegetables, and fruits.
10 ways to use of apple cider and white vinegar in your garden
Get Rid of Weeds
If you are annoyed by the unwanted garden growth and you want to destroy them as soon as possible, just pour some apple cider vinegar. This way you will get rid of them immediately and you will keep the soil healthy.
Keep Flowers Fresh
In order to keep your flowers fresh, just prepare this simple mixture. Take a ¼ of water and add 2 tablespoons of vinegar and a teaspoon of sugar in it.
Remove Slugs and Snails
If you spray your flowers with some pure vinegar you will destroy slugs and snails and you will keep them at bay.
Food for Acidic Loving Plants
Delicate plants including hydrangeas, rhododendrons, azaleas, gardenias, begonias, and holly, grow better in acidic soil. So, add a cup of white vinegar to a gallon of water and spray them.
Cleanse Your Hands of Allergens
If you wash your hands with some pure vinegar after working in your garden, you will successfully remove the debris and you will soothe the itchiness.
We can all agree that ants can be very annoying. If you want to get rid of them, just spray the ant hill with a mixture of water and vinegar in rati1:1.
Wash the Garden Tools
If you want to keep your garden tools clean, soak them in vinegar overnight. The next morning you will be surprised. Don’t forget to rinse them with water before you use them.
Keep Cats Away
Cats always choose some places in your garden as a toilet. If you want to keep them away, simply pour some pure vinegar into the sand and soil where they usually come.
Keep Rabbits at Bay
Rabbits are cute animals and they are common guests in your garden. But, if you want to keep them away from your garden, just soak cotton balls in vinegar and place them in a 35mm film container. Then, poke several holes on its top, and place it in your garden.
Clean Out the Birdbath
Scrub the birdbath with a mixture of white vinegar and water, and rinse off with water.