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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Homemade Poison Ivy and Weed Killer That Really Works

Over the years, I have fiddled around with different homemade poison ivy and weed killer recipes until I found a combination of ingredients that really works for me.

I had a huge poison ivy patch that I fought for years with all kinds of herbicides, including homemade organics.

I experimented with recipes using vinegar and salt in varying proportions. Some of them almost did the trick. Here's the one that really worked:


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4 comments:

Aunt Krissy said...

I don't know if I have poison ivy on my land or not. I have not ran into yet. I will have to save this info just in case I find a patch. But I know I will use it on some weeds that are kicking my butt!

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Thanks for this recipe, it will be so useful for me and my little farm. This could be the solution to save the excessive quantity of weed there is there.

lynnsey said...

Thanks for the tip, I have like 25 vines of poison ivy...took my an hour to do my whole yard. When I took a second lap around to check my work, the little ones were starting to wilt...yea... My daughter is a leaf picker and has gotten it 3 ties already this season. With alot of luck I will conquer the evil Ivy.