How do you get rid of dandelions?
Is there a "natural" way to kill dandelions without harming the grass and without digging each one up individually?
Sodium Chloride - Salt. Wet the dandelions then sprinkle a little salt on them. You must be careful not to get any on the grass or it will start to die. I hope this helps.;-D
First - Inspect the surroundings to make sure that they are safe.
Second - meticulously dig up the dandelions root and all.
Third - now that you have some of the ingredients needed - make wine
you can find great recipes on the web
healthy eating comes from using things sometimes thought to be bad
dandelion wine is great for the digestive track.
I get rid of dandelions by picking them one at a time. I have a small yard.
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