Do vinegar and water help grass grow?

Answer Vinegar is acidic. Many plants must maintain a balanced pH and would be negatively affected by the vinegar causing the pH baseline to turn acidic. Water does help grass grow, however.

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Does salt water or vinegar water help plants grow?

On One Hand: Herbicidal QualitiesBoth salt and vinegar work as herbicides, meaning that they kill plants. Undiluted vinegar can be poured directly on plants to kill them. Salt added to water will s... Read More »

Does sedge grass grow around the pond edge or in the water?

Depending on the species of sedge grass, it can grow either on the edge of a pond or underneath the water surface. Carex riparia, or greater pond sedge, can be planted up to 18 inches below the wat... Read More »

Will plain water sugar water salt water or water with miracle grow make green beans grow the most in 12 days?

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Does salt water in the pool kill your grass if you back wash and will the grass die around the pool by splashing water?

Answer Salt is actually good for your grass, but if you constantly backwash in the same place you could flood your grass overwatering it. And no, of course splashing saltwater will not kill your gr... Read More »