Homemade Weed Killers That Work

Pull them.  A little old-fashioned elbow grease goes a long way.

Landscape fabric.  The barrier will help unwanted plants from sprouting up in the first place.

Mulch.  It helps keep your soil cool, wet and eliminates light that weeds need to grow.

A longer lawn.  The length of your grass can impact its health and make it more or less susceptible to weeds.  Firing up the mower before weeds set seed also chokes out invaders.

Smother them.  Cover low-growing weeds with newspaper.  The lack of sunlight will eventually kill them.

Pour boiling water on them.  This works really well on young weeds, and results are immediate. If you add a tablespoon of salt to the boiling water, it's even more effective.

Add edging.  The physical barrier keeps weeds at bay.

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