Vinegar is not only an excellent condiment for salads and thousands of other dishes, it is also a highly coveted product and ideal for caring for plants with vinegar thanks to its many properties. Read on, we explain them to you.
Caring for plants with vinegar: much more than a foodstuff
We have always echoed the properties of vinegar for our health, but today we put our eye on vinegar as a beneficial element for our plants; and the fact is that caring for plants with vinegar has many advantages.
Vinegar helps us to eliminate fungus and pests from our plants and/or garden thanks to a cotton wool and a little bit of vinegar sprayed on the area in question, eliminating bacteria thanks to its disinfectant power.
Vinegar is, in country houses and the like, an exceptional guest as it is much more powerful than many insecticides. Spray your floors with vinegar together with the mop water or separately and forget about ants and other bugs for a while.
The incrusting power of vinegar will allow us to keep our garden free of weeds at all times in a safe way, goodbye to the weeds of the changing seasons! But if this is not enough for you, rub your gardening tools well and voila, goodbye rust, accumulated dirt and other impurities!