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Re: OT-HUMOR Why Round Up? Why not Vinegar?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-HUMOR Why Round Up? Why not Vinegar?
  • From: "Kitty & Bruce Loberg" <loberg@jps.net>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 15:05:02 -0700

    If plants are this finicky, and they wimp out on citric acid and
vinegar, will a broth of spinach, brussel sprouts, oysters, or clams work as
well?    <grin>
Kitty Loberg, northern Calif.

> Have any of you tried the vinegar based products on the market?
> There is one by Bioganic (biconet.com carries it) that is vinegar and
> clove oil.  The other is Burnout (biconet.com also carries) that is
> citric acid and vinegar.
> When we get to job sites that have weeds in the cracks of pavers
> etc... we 1st spray them, then do the maintenance on the rest of the
> yard.  When we're finished, if it's a sunny day, we can sweep up the
> crispy weeds that we sprayed with Bioganic's spray.
> So, just curious if you have used them...
> Peace C-


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