Can you spray white vinegar on tomato plants?
Similarly one may ask, is it safe to spray vinegar on plants?
One of the most common uses for household vinegar is as an all-natural weed killer. You have to be careful when spraying it around certain plants as it may be harmful to some, but when used on those pesky hard-to-kill weeds, they will disappear in two to three days' time.
Likewise, can you spray soapy water on tomato plants? The tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) comes under attack from a maddening number of insects, some of which can be controlled with soapy water sprays. Used properly, soapy water sprays pose little risk to the environment or to the health of the tomato plants themselves.
Secondly, will Apple cider vinegar kill tomato plants?
Apple cider vinegar and other types of vinegar kill plants by drying out their top growth. Vinegar will not kill the roots, so some weeds will regrow after treatment. Weeds or plants that have leaves covered by a waxy cuticle do not readily absorb vinegar and so may not be killed.
Does white vinegar hurt plants?
Vinegar gets a lot of buzz as a miracle gardening product. Manufacturers claim the product kills weeds, fertilizes the soil and even combats plant diseases. Vinegar is an acid and can cause damage to plants, although it probably won't kill flowers. Just the same, use it with caution in the garden.