How Does A Weak Acid Such As Vinegar Effect Plant Growth?


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Vinegar is a strong acid that kills certain plants. Other plants don't respond
as harsh to vinegar as many other plants do.

Vinegar is basically acid. Depends on the plant, as some like acidic conditions,
and if the soil was too alkaline, vinegar would make it grow better. But if the
plant liked alkaline conditions, vinegar would kill it.
Also depends on the
strength of vinegar solution, how often applied, etc.
- Don't use vinegar as
a pesticide. You are more likely to kill your plant than any pests.

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