With two dogs walking around my yard sniffing and chewing on everything in sight, I am a bit cautious about what I put on weeds and grass that I'm trying to get rid of. This weekend, I tried a weed killing formula that I picked up online. It's not harmful to animals. Actually, the smell is more likely to run them off rather than inspire them to eat.
Take a gallon of white vinegar, one cup of salt and a few drops of dish washing detergent. The dish-washing detergent is designed to help the formula adhere to the plants you're trying to get rid of. Put your concoction in a spray bottle or garden sprayer. Thoroughly soak the plants you're trying to get rid of and in the next few days they will be dead. One not of caution, the formula also kills grass. So, be careful if you don't want that to happen. Happy Sunday.
A dozen hours later.