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Brick Patio Weed Control
How to Keep your Brick Patio Weed Free
by: Home garden Care
While researching this article, I found an instance where a homeowner was so enraged by his patio
weed that he set them on fire with a blotch!
Fortunately, several items provide better service as a weed tool, and there are several better options for
brick patio weed control.
Of course, the best method of weed control for your brick patio is to have the proper installation of your
patio in the first place.
Start with an underlayment of pea gravel on top of a layer of solid landscape cloth and cover it with a
layer of sand.
This will give your brick patio a firm base, as well as limit any weed growth in that area.
However, if your brick patio is already installed and there is a lot going on with weeds, here are some
tips to make it weed-free without a lot of pain.
To make your brick patio weed control plan successful first, implement your plan before the weed
flower. This helps prevent weed seeds from going in and a short-term plan for a longer period.
For the following tips and other tips that involve one or another type of weed, use a piece of cardboard
or a scrap of plexiglass to protect nearby plants.
Cooking is one of the best ways to beat any kind of vegetables.
Boiling water is a natural and very affordable weed-wilter and works to kill most varieties of annual
weeds. It kills or weakens many types of perennial weeds.
A chocolate is your weed tool. Fill it with water and bring to a boil. While you wait for it to grow, go out
and cut the weeds up to their crown.
When the water begins to boil, grab the kettle with a potholder and pour water into the crown of
weeds, holding the kettle to a high level just to avoid splinting. Spreading weeds with boiling water will
also disperse any biological organisms, but more will come back as the soil cools.
Vinegar will kill most weeds. But grocery store vinegar is usually a 5% solution and the work is too weak.
Ten percent of vinegar will kill a lot of weeds and are usually found where canning and pickles are sold.
A 20% solution of vinegar really kills weed, but is often twice as expensive as 10% vinegar. Try to weed
control with 10% before investing in a strong solution.
Spray the vinegar directly into the weeds using the solder mentioned above and taking care not to
inhale the smoke. You may want to wear gloves and eye protection as more protective.
These arrangements will keep all brick patio free from weeds without much back-breaking work.