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Re: Using Vinegar

  • Subject: Re: Using Vinegar
  • From: butch ragland wilddog_202@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 15:53:22 -0700 (PDT)

If you use roundup or 2-4d mixed with surflan in the
evening it will not be a problem the next day for your
dog. I get some black plastic pallet liners from Home
Depot and put them down. 

--- Glen Williams <gw1944@vermontel.net> wrote:

> Dear Hosta Brethren:
>  I have washed stone walkways between raised beds.
> This has worked well up
> to now. In several places I have tried differnet
> sized stones. I have
> several hundred feet of what could be called
> pea-stone for walkways. The
> weeds have come up with a vengance..what I call sour
> grass. It is literally
> a carpet. I do not want to use round-up or anything
> like that becuase of my
> dog wandering up and don the paths looking for me.
> While I don't want to
> spray the vinegar on any of the flower beds, I don't
> worry about the PH of
> the paths. I believe that someone told me at one
> time that drug stores (?)
> carry  different concentrated forms of vinegar. I
> think the grocery store
> variety is 6%. I think that there are concentrations
> of 20 and 40%. Does
> anyone know anything about this? I am weeding the
> gardens slowly but at
> least the shade from the hostas keeps the regrowth
> rate down. Not so the
> open walk ways. The paths most all look  (from a
> distance) like bright
> green moss. Weeding the walks will truly put me over
> the age. All advice is
> welcome.  glen
> "Wild raccoons venture out of the canyon...." Peggy
> Shumaker.
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839 
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Butch Ragland
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