Using Beet Juice To Kill Weeds

I was wondering if anyone had used beet juice to kill weeds. If so did it work and how do you make it?

Sharon from Coquitlam, B.C., Canada

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July 6, 20080 found this helpful

If by beet juice, you mean the juice of cooked beets, or the water that the beets are cooked in, I don't think that that will kill weeds at all. Beets are not poisonous to anything, which is why we can eat them. You can dye things pink with beet juice, but I don't think you will kill anything with it.

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