Before trying it, I wonder if the baking soda hawould have any
advwerse affect upon regular garden plants? It wouldn't seem to
but... If it doesn't then I'll give it a shot in my garden. Shoot,
worst it can do is not work so what am I out<G>?
okay, I just tried it. Not sure I used enough as the wind kept blowing it
away, there was enough to leave visible white specks. It's going to rain
repeatedly in the next five days. Also not 100% positive mine is
crabgrass, but matches everyway that I checked. Crab grass is growing back
from being weedwhacked, but I didn't sprinkle everything, so there is a
In a poorly conducted experiment, a light dusting of sodium bicarbonate
powder appears to have had no effect. Foliage in applied area appears
similar to control group. Rain and substantial wind occured during the
Well, so much for baking soda!
I applied baking soda on several clumps of crabgrass almost exactly 5 days
ago and those clumps look as green and are as vigorous and healthy looking
as they did before the treatment.
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