After using vinegar to get rid of weeds, you are ready to plant. This is a guide about planting after killing weeds with vinegar.
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How long after using vinegar to kill weeds can you replant lawns?
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By susan  05/16/2013
Unfortunately, if you used lots of vinegar, it can render your soil sterile for several years, so nothing will grow in it for a long time. It really should only be used where you don't chose to have anything grow, like cracks in sidewalks, between stepping stones, etc. If you use it to kill weeds, just sprinkle/spray it on the weeds and don't pour it onto the soil. Vinegar breaks down the soil structure, kills beneficial microorganisms, and should be used with caution.
We have pecan trees, and the ground is loaded with dandelions, can I use the vinegar water recipe in that area?
How long does apple cider vinegar stay active in soil, so that you can plant vegetables like asparagus?
I was looking for a weed killer that would kill a grass like weed, but it is not grass. I found this homemade recipe:
I honestly don't know what to do. This weed is everywhere this year - all over my neighbor's yard and in different parts of town. It's invasive and is starting to edge into my little patch of lawn. I want to get rid of it and plant some wildflowers and wild grass seed.
I reread some of the comments, I am now concerned that the vinegar will stay in the soil way longer than the time frame I need. How long do I need to wait after application to plant seeds in the same area?
Hardiness Zone: 5b
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