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Long Term Advantages Of Using Organic Herbicides To Deal With Weeds

June 8, 2021

No homeowner out there likes to see weed on his or her turf. That's why many of us spend hours pulling those unwelcoming nuisances out of the soil, in the hopes of keeping our gardens & lawns clean. However, things don't have to be that difficult, if you know the proper ways of dealing with such issues. That's why we highly suggest using organic herbicides to deal with weeds.

Organic herbicides are natural & non-toxic. Using herbicides as weed killers will not potentially affect any human beings, animals or plants. So, if you're new to the concept of organic herbicides, then you've arrived at the correct place, as we'll help you understand all there is to know about organic herbicides along with their inherent benefits.

What Do You Mean By Organic Herbicides?

Usually, herbicides can turn out to be inorganic. Inorganic means that it has been created inside a lab and chemicals have been used in its production process. Organic herbicides, on the other hand, don't use any chemicals and are natural.

It should be known that organic herbicides can break down pretty easily and provide no such residual effects. The amount of toxicity is almost nil. These days organic herbicides are increasing in popularity because of health and environmental concerns.

The Effectiveness Of Organic Herbicides

The overall effectiveness of the organic herbicides that you’ll be using will depend on the size & type of the weed, along with the current weather conditions. Organic herbicides work best on weeds that are less than 4 inches or 10 cm tall. On the other hand, if you want to take down mature weeds, then you’ll probably need to apply multiple times. Even then, you have to take out the roots because sometimes the leaves might die out but the roots may remain intact.

If you want to achieve the best possible results, we suggest applying organic herbicides on a warm, sunny day.

Some Other Ways To Control Weed Growth

 
  • Using Vinegar
 

In case you’re not aware, vinegar can also be used as a great weed killer, just like silane coupling agents. The potency of the vinegar will depend on its concentration. The higher the concentration, the higher will be the effectiveness. For best results, we suggest using vinegar that has a concentration of more than five per cent and ideally should be in the ball-park of ten to twenty per cent.

 
  • Using Boiling Water
 

Boiling is one of the best natural ways of controlling weeds. Simply boil some water in a kettle and then proceed to water those weeds using that boiling water. The leaves as well as the roots will die gradually because of the hot steam.

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