Does Vinegar Kill Algae?

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Yes, vinegar has been known to be a greener way to kill algae. To kill the algae, one should mix equal parts water with white vinegar.
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Vinegar is the product of allowing bacteria to feed on alcohol and then fermenting it further. The result is a liquid with some organic compounds and 4 to 10 percent acetic acid.
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Chlorine kills bacteria and other single-celled algae by a chemical action called oxidation, which is sort of like burning by acid.
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