If you want to keep an organic garden, then you might want to consider ditching chemical pesticides and plant foods and opt for vinegar instead. Vinegar is natural and can be used to clean and both kill and give life to the weeds, fruits, and vegetables in your outdoor spaces.
Here are 16 ways to safely use apple cider and white vinegar in your garden.
1) Food for Acidic Loving Plants
2) Cleanse Your Hands of Allergens
You can wind up with dirt and allergens on your hands after spending a day working in your garden. Wash your hands with some distilled vinegar to cleanse them of debris and make sure that they don’t itch.
3) Keep Rabbits at Bay
If rabbits are ruining your garden you can soak cotton balls in distilled vinegar and place them in a 35mm film container or something similar. Poke holes in the top of the container and place it in your garden to keep rabbits at bay.
4) Get Rid of Weeds
5) Kill Ants
6) Wash Your Garden Tools
7) Get Rid of Slugs and Snails
8) Clean Out Your Birdbath
9) Keep Kitty Away
If your kitty is using your garden or your kid’s sandbox as a toilet then you can pour some distilled vinegar into the sand or soil to keep them away.