Can I Use Bleach to Kill Weeds and Grass?

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You can use bleach to kill grass and weeds. You need to apply pure bleach straight on the grass or weeds you want to kill. When applying for larger area, use spray bottle or a sprayer attachment to your hose for spraying.
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1. Put on a pair of rubber gloves and mix 2 cups of bleach with 3/4 cup of water in a 1 gallon bucket. Gently swirl the contents in the bucket to mix them. 2. Remove the sprayer from
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You need something labeled for "broadleaf" weeds if you want to be sure to exclude all varieties. If you want to spot treat, you can use a total veg. killer, but just hit
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Gerald is on the right track. If it is new grass just keep mowing it and don't worry. Apply a winterizing fertilizer to the grass for this winter and then hit it with a weed and feed
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Bleach will kill grass on contact. You can watch it turn black and die
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