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  • mint

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  • #13951 Reply

    Anonymous

    Years ago I made the mistake of planting mint in my garden. Any ideas how to get rid if it with out chemical herbicide?

    #13971 Reply

    lilypotter
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    A much less expensive, organic method is to dissolve 2 cups of salt (table salt is fine) and a squirt of dishsoap into 1 gallon of white vinegar. Pour into a WELL MARKED spray bottle, and liberally douse the mint, or any other green thing you want to curl up & die
    This is going to take MANY applications, because mint is the demon spawn of all garden plants, and is truly evil. But diligence will eventually win!

    #14031 Reply

    Anonymous

    thank you lilypotter. it's been a while hope you still log on

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