- Nov 16, 2011
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- Travis County, Texas Zone 8b
Yeah, one application isn't going to do it. You have to keep after them until the are dead, dead, DEAD! Remember, it just burns up the leaves. You need to end their ability to feed themselves.bills said:Also wanted to mention, that I did try a pickling vinegar (5% acetic acid), with a drop or so of dish soap, and it did work for some garden weeds, especially after a second treatment. But... it didn't kill all of them..some bounced back after a couple weeks..grrrr..
What I like about the vinegar approach is that it is safe for the livestock.