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Re: RoundUp Replacement - From Mom

Hi everyone!
I'm forwarding an email from my hubby and I'd like to get your opinions on 
it.  I don't know where my mother-in-law got the recipe, but it seems to me 
that she subscribes to Jerry Baker's newsletters.
Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a

In a message dated 5/4/00 5:58:27 PM Central Daylight Time, 
joeljohnson@hotmail.com writes:

 Here is a recipe for a replacement for RoundUp.
 My mom says it killed her weeds in 1 or 2 days.
 1 gal white vinegar
 1 box salt (the round Morton salt size)
 8 drops dish soap
 What do you think?
 Do you use RoundUp?
 Have you heard of this recipe before?
 Do you think it is more 'natural' and better for the environment?
 Do you think it would be harmful to plants that you want to save?
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