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Best way to kill weeds in my yard?
I’m moving into a new apartment with a yard (if I had to guess, maybe 11ft x 19ft, give or take 2-3 feet in either direction) that right now is completely full of waist high weeds. Seriously no desirable plants or grass to be seen. I’d like to find an effective way to clear out all the weeds for good, while still allowing vegetation to grow in the foreseeable future (so nothing like salt) and pet safe is a must. I’m not necessarily looking to put down grass, but a combination of dirt, maybe gravel or wood chips, and a small garden.
I’m incredibly new to landscaping and don’t really know where to start. I’m looking at this product: https://www.planetnatural.com/product/horticultural-vinegar/ and I’m thinking maybe a combination of spraying that stuff and pulling out the dead remains once it has done it’s job. My question is will the vinegar leave the remaining soil inhospitable to new and desirable vegetation?
Any links or advice on the topic would be incredibly useful.
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