Baking Soda: A Natural Weed Killer for Your Garden 

Baking soda is a common household item that can be used as an effective weed killer. 

– Baking soda is a non-selective herbicide, suitable for killing isolated weeds between pavers or cracks. – 

The salt in baking soda dehydrates weeds, causing them to die permanently if applied in sufficient quantities – 

Apply baking soda directly onto weeds' foliage, or make a solution by mixing 10 tablespoons per gallon of water. 

For best results, spray the baking soda solution on weeds during sunny weather to prevent it from being washed away. 

Vinegar, boiling water, and smothering are other natural methods to control weeds in your garden. 

Hand-pulling weeds is an obvious yet effective solution for removing unwanted plants from your garden beds. 

Salt can be used as an alternative to baking soda for killing weeds and is often more cost-effective.