Will Vinegar Harm Plants?

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In most instances vinegar will not harm plants. Vinegar can actually be helpful to many types of plants by keeping Bugs and pests away from the plants
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Vinegar will kill most plants because of its acidic nature. Not a good idea to use if the plant you are trying to kill is by one that you want.
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1. Check the pH level of your soil using a pH meter. Push the meter's probe into the soil and read the number after 30 to 60 seconds, or as directed by the manufacturer. The level
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personally i love all types of vinegar, the only bad thing i can remember is when i drank like an amount i poured in a cup and drank it down straight, i felt weard in the stomach,
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Vinegar is mildly acidic, so it will inhibit the plants growth. Depending on the sensitivity and species of plant, vinegar could potentially kill it. ...
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