Along with its plenty of uses in the kitchen, vinegar can do miracles in the garden. There are many chemicals and fertilizers on the market that are not only expensive, but they can harm both the environment and people’s health.
Fortunately, vinegar is one affordable and eco-friendly product that provides plenty of benefits for your garden. You will be surprised by its numerous uses and its super power.
Here Are 12 Uses of Vinegar in The Garden:
1. Deters Pests and Cats
Cats, dogs, rabbits, moles and rodents detest the smell of vinegar. So, you can keep out these unwanted visitors from your garden. You just have to spray some white vinegar around the garden, and the animals will be all gone.
Also, you can soak some old clothes in vinegar and place them on stakes around your garden. After every rain, add more vinegar.
2. Cleans Clay Pots
Clay pots keep the soil moist and protect the roots during the hot summer days. Also, they are an attractive decorating element in your garden.
However, clay pots tend to absorb salt and minerals from the water, which makes them look unattractive. For this purpose, vinegar is the perfect solution. It will make your old clay pots look clean and bright.
You just have to:
- Scrub the pots’ crusty residues.
- Add a cup of 5% vinegar to 3-4 cups of water and sip the clay pots in it. Leave them for 30 minutes.
- If there are still more residues, wipe them off with some undiluted vinegar.
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