Tips on Using Virrosas Vinegar in Lawns and Gardens

To eliminate grass from passages or external corridors, pour alcoholic vinegar from distilled;

Throw alcohol vinegar over the weeds. Reapply any new growth until the plants have completely disappeared;

In areas with high soil hardness, add 1 cup vinegar to three liters of water to water plants such as azaleas and gardenias. Vinegar will release iron in the soil for plants;

Rinse hands with alcohol vinegar after working with garden slime to prevent the skin from becoming rough. Clean the vases before replanting them, rinsing with vinegar and removing excess silt;

Add 2 tablespoons sugar and 2 tablespoons vinegar to a 1 quart water. Trim the plants and change the water every five days;

Mix vinegar and water in a ratio of 1liter of vinegar to 8 liters of water. Mix a separate solution of sugar and water in the same ratio. Combine blends and add to plants as much as needed;

*These Tips are suggestions for use and have as bibliographical reference the website of ANAV - National Association of Vinegar Industries, of which Virrosas is associated;

    

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