Vinegar, though acidic, won’t necessarily kill a plant. In fact, depending on the type of plant, vinegar may benefit plant growth as vinegar decreases the overall pH of the soil. Plants, such as blueberries, need a lower pH and if the soil being used to grow them is particularly depleted of acid (such as soil with a high limestone content), then the addition of vinegar could actually help the plant flourish.
Vinegar can be used to kill weeds. Either white or cider vinegar may be used. It works best on younger weeds, but should work if it is used repeatedly on older weeds.
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