Vinegar can be used for many things in the garden. Some plants prefer soil that is acidic. Vinegar helps to foster this acidic soil. By using vinegar, we allow these specific plants to grow. Additionally, vinegar can also be used to rinse our hands, thereby preventing damage caused by limes. Third, vinegar can be used to eliminate herbs. In a more materialistic perspective, vinegar can be utilized to clean gardening tools. By rubbing both vinegar and water onto these tools, it can help to rid the tools of bacteria. Vinegar also helps to keep certain animals away from certain plants. In summation, vinegar is a very unique substance that can be used for household items and nature.
- Vinegar promotes growth of some flowers, such as azaleas and gardenias by changing the PH balance of the soil.
- Vinegar is a safe and effective herbicide, by spraying mixture of water and vinegar can prevent the unwanted herbs from regrowing.
- Vinegar can help keep away unwanted insects, slugs, snails and even pets without any harmful ingredients.
“Vinegar is one of the most versatile products we can have in our kitchen.”