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What should I add to the sodium chloride to spray on the weeds in my yard?
I bought pure sodium chloride, what do I need to add to it to kill the weeds in the stones in my front yard? Should I use a sprayer?
Sodium chloride is just salt, regular table salt. Remember that nothing will grow where you put it for a long time. If you are talking about between paving stones it should be fine. But there are broad leaf specific weed killers that won't affect most grasses.
I agree with Borsia, with salt be real carefull about getting it on any plants or shrubs or you could kill them.
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