Put Vinegar On Your Plants And This Will Happen


There’s a handy ingredient probably sitting in your pantry just waiting to provide an array of super benefits Vinegar did you know you can safely use this ingredient in the Garden to? Check out a few clever ways you can use vinegar white and apple cider where your veggies and plants spend their days one Vinegar Kills weeds Instead of spending a lot of money on toxic chemicals to get rid of the weeds in your garden pour Apple Cider Vinegar directly on the weeds The acetic acid will stop weed growth without damaging the soil To get rid of ants ants don’t like the smell of vinegar so you can keep them at bay by mixing one part water and one part vinegar in a spray bottle and attacking ant hills with the solution both white vinegar and Apple Cider Vinegar work well three fresh and flowers Cut a pretty bouquet of flowers from your garden and keep them fresh by adding two tablespoons of vinegar and a teaspoon of sugar to a quart of water and add your flowers for feed your plants some plants like Gardenias Holly and begonias thrive on Acidic soil you can give those plants some extra Love by Spritzing a mixture of one gallon of water with one cup of white vinegar five test the Ph level of Your soil the Acid levels in your soil can affect how well plants grow You can run a simple test on your dirt by placing a bit of soil in a container And then adding half a cup of vinegar if the vinegar begins to fizz and bubble the soil is too alkaline add Sulfur or peat moss to even out the soils acidity 6 remove Allergens from your hands if you’ve been digging in the dirt with your bare hands Make sure to rinse your hands with white distilled vinegar The Vinegar will remove Allergens and other Debris so you don’t start itching 7 keep common pets out of your garden Animals that love to get in your garden like raccoons rabbits moles rodents and Deer also Happen to hate the smell of vinegar. So it will keep them out naturally without causing them harm All you have to do is slip a few rags in your apple cider vinegar and place them strategically throughout your garden reese oak them once a week to make sure they maintain their maximum effectiveness and eight clean pots mix one part water one part white distilled vinegar Soap glazed Clay or plastic plots in the solution for at least an hour to remove stains and mineral deposits Have you ever used vinegar in your yard, please share your experience in the comments below?

100 thoughts on “Put Vinegar On Your Plants And This Will Happen

  1. 1 gallon of white vinagar mixed with 1 cup of salt and 1 tablespoon of dish soap
    Spray on poison ivy
    Kills the folaige
    Do not get this on your other plants

  2. Wow what a waste of apple cider vinegar… it's quite an expensive affair isn't it to pour ACP on weeds?

  3. Even if you pour scalding hot vinegar on dandelions, they WILL bounce back soon, while you waste time, energy and vinegar.

  4. I just killed all the weeds using vinegar this weekend and it works.  The best part is that it is safe to use.

  5. Vinegar is not a sting enough acid to help acidity your soil. Especially in the amounts used. And remember, even though vinegar is food safe, it is still a strong chemical.

  6. I can't stand these clickbait motherfuckers who want to make money off YouTube ads and don't give a shit about the accuracy of their information. This video is complete and utter bulshit from beginning to end including the ads. Vinegar is only good for a condiment on fish and chips, pickling cucumbers, and removing hard water scale from your coffee maker.

  7. apple cider vinegar is excellent rust remover….cheaper than them chemicals…and when you done…use it for the above porposes….lol. I made a funny.

  8. Knew this guy who hated vinegar so much the smell would make him vomit and nobody liked him so we put a bucket of vinegar above the door and called his name and when the door opened he got it good when I smashed him in the knees with a bat.

  9. Put vinegar on weeds they came back lush and green. Now I use salt. Put vinegar on my counter tops to keep ants at bay. They walked right through it and lived to tell the tale.

  10. 1500 ml of powdered oyster shell and 1 gal of natural vinegar will make water soluble calcium after chemically reacting up to a five gallon size for a second. If you add 300 ml of Epsom salt at the start it will have water soluble calcium n magnesium. Strain n use at 2 ml per gallon folks

  11. 2 gallons white vinegar + 2 cups epson salt + 1/4 cup dish detergent makes a super non toxic weed/grass killer. use pump sprayer

  12. I dont know how people are still using weed killer, it literally is going straight into your water and your pets are most likely going to get sick from eating the grass, Cancer levels have risen for a reason

  13. I had raccoons using my deck for their Restroom. I left two open bottles of ammonia where the used my deck for their restroom, and they haven’t used or disturbed my deck since. They are very curious, but didn’t knock over the bottles. I didn’t want to kill them, but I don’t need the mess! They live under my shed, with ground hogs, and off my deck.

  14. I poured vinegar down my pants hoping it would kill my unruly crotch hair, instead, my cock grew 3 inches! ?

  15. Isn't that wild lettuce being held up as a weed. The health benefits of that plant are innumerable!!!

  16. I use to be a gay man until I drank vinegar
    Now I live as a 6ft blond bombshell lesbian on an island with nuns

  17. Vinegar is more toxic to the environment than glyphosate as well as more expensive in terms of weed control

  18. I use it to clean my tube. It’s one cup vinegar to 1 cup liquid dishwashing detergent not the kind you put in your dishwasher. Makes it together let it sit on your tab and I’ll be super clean.

  19. Viewers Beware

    Dumping vinegar on plants will alter the pH levels of the surrounding soil as well. Unless you're trying to kill off your garden I highly recommend diluting the vinegar, or just not using it in the first place. Pull weeds by hand, and mulch to keep them at bay. Don't be lazy.

  20. lol, bad advice. it will change the ph of soil and kill your plants, get your bad info off the net. worst info ive seen in over 50 years

  21. Also motor oil in your driveway will come off; putting vinegar on it. Rinse later.Costco has two gallons for under $3.00 and we buy a lot of it!

  22. Used a mixture of vinegar, hot sauce and jalapenos to convince a skunk that living under my back porch was a bad idea. He moved out immediately, never came back.

  23. I’ve killed plants and part of the hedge with vinegar getting to close to it. Mosquito nest in the ground can be ended by pouring vinegar in the hole, but you’ll have to run because they will try to fly out of the hole. ???

  24. You say that people have this. But let's be honest, no one has vinegar, maybe 15 years ago, but now vinegar is only used for pickling which not many have courage to do

  25. I tried pouring mixture of Hydrochloric Acid, Mercury and Turpentine on my garden vegetables. It worked about as well as the things this retarded video suggests.

  26. Get a free lunch by inviting some friends from the synagogue to drop by with some Reubens to appreciate that Hasidic soil.

  27. One gallon of white vinegar with 1.5 cups of table salt makes a super week killer that lasts a long time. Excellent for killing desert broom and poison ivy and oak.

  28. Removes rust too. Leave a rusty something in a contain of vinegar for a couple days and the rust will wipe off

  29. I've read somewhere that terrorists all over the world are stockpiling vinegar. If you smell it in your neighbourhood call the appropriate authorities immediately.
    If you smell white vinegar… run like fuck and don't eat veg! ?

  30. Against pests sure but vinegar is awful for useless, use fake people made flowers like those mentioned…everything we eat that we grow in the garden and that is worth growing for nutrition, hates acidic soil…cleaning pots for sure

  31. Stupidity is fun! People read the headline, pours vinegar on their plants and complain by writing a comment. How stupid can people get??? At least have some self respect and avoid ensuring your stupidity by writing that comment!
    Maybe I should make an experiment video, name the headline ”Jump in front of a fast train and see what will happen”. If acting the same, that headline should cause 1/3 casualties.
    Well, this vinegar thing is of little importance. What scares me is that 1/3 of the people doesn’t even watch the video before acting. They don’t even think critically, is it likely to be true? Did I get enough information to make a decision, to act? They have no clue what or how to do with the vinegar, but still pours it on their plants. I’m amazed by the stupidity……
    Unfortunately, this is the reason why we get political (and religious) leaders that are totally fucked up!!! And they will keep fucking up this world, with unwanted laws, rules and regulations. And it’s all made to control and oppress regular people like you and me. Wake up!

  32. You don’t use straight vinegar on plants you want to keep. You heavily dilute it. If you do so, in basic (alkaline) soil you can neutralize it or make it acidic. I water my blueberries with diluted vinegar, at the soil level, not on the leaves. My soil has gone from 8 to 6. I wouldn’t add it straight. It’s too acidic. Chemistry

  33. Ants are essential for Peonies to open and bloom.
    I had to go to the neighbors one time to get ants LOL>!

  34. Oh my goodness I got goosebumps I cannot believe I've been searching all this time to find a natural remedy to keep the rabbits and pests out of my garden and soaking a rag in vinegar I would have never have thought about it I'm definitely going to try it and I hope it works thank you so much new subscriber

  35. I used vinegar to kill snails. I sprayed them and it was awful how they died but they have literally killed almost everything in my gardens, including a 20 year old climbing rose that was fantastic last year and almost dead now. Thank you for the video. ?

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