WAYS OF USING VINEGAR IN GARDEN

WAYS OF USING VINEGAR IN GARDEN Vinegar is a wonder product which has a long list on ways to use it around the home; both outdoors and indoors! White distilled vinegar provides many safe and natural ways to protect and enhance your garden and gardening tools. Not only will you feel good about keeping children and pets (and you!) away from pesticides and other chemicals, you’ll feel great about the low cost of vinegar compared to those other products.

Here are the ways in which you can use vinegar in your garden:

* Preserve cut flowers and liven droopy ones by adding 2 tablespoons white distilled vinegar and 1 teaspoon sugar to a quart of water in a vase.

* Give acid-loving plants like azaleas, rhododendrons, hydrangeas and gardenias a little help by watering them with a white distilled vinegar solution now and again. A cup of white distilled vinegar to a gallon of tap water is a good mixture.

* Kill weeds and grass growing in unwanted places by pouring full-strength white distilled vinegar on them.

* Get rid of the water line in a flower vase by filling it with a solution of half water and half white distilled vinegar, or by soaking a paper towel in white distilled vinegar and stuffing it into the vase so that it is in contact with the water line.

* Clean a birdbath by scrubbing it often with undiluted white distilled vinegar. Rinse well.

* Clean out stains and white mineral crusts in clay, glazed and plastic pots by soaking them for an hour or longer in a sink filled with a solution of half water and half white distilled vinegar.

* Protect your fruits and fruit trees by making a fruit fly deterrent or rather attractant that they get stuck in. To make: use 1 cup of water, 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar, 1/4 cup of sugar and 1 tbsp of molasses. Mix it all together. Using empty and clean tin cans, make a wire or sturdy string hanger and hang in your fruit trees.  This will attract the flies and they will get stuck.

* If you have any rusty garden tools, yard tools or yard pieces, you can remove the rust by either soaking or spraying undiluted vinegar and rinse/wipe clean.

* Fertilizer your potted plants and purify the water by adding 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to 1 gallon of water before you water your potted plants.

* Just use undiluted vinegar sprayed directly on to kill slugs and snails that eat your lettuce and veggies.

* Avoid skin problems after working in the garden by rinsing your hands in white distilled vinegar.

* Keep rabbits from eating your plants. Put cotton balls soaked in white distilled vinegar in a 35mm film container. Poke a hole in the top and place in the garden.

* Use white vinegar or apple cider vinegar for an easy and natural gardening!

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