How do I use white vinegar in my garden?
Correspondingly, is white vinegar harmful to 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.
Then, what does vinegar do to garden soil?
Using Vinegar in Gardens It has been said that one of the benefits of vinegar in the garden is as a fertilizing agent. Nope. Acetic acid only contains carbon hydrogen and oxygen — stuff the plant can get from the air. Vinegar has been recommended for use to up the pH levels in your soil.
Vinegar is a natural substance that has a wide variety of uses. It is acidic, but not toxic, which means it is safe to consume. For that reason, it can be used on edible as well as non-edible plants without harming them, as long as it is used in moderation and diluted with water.