Weeds on the site are an eternal headache for every summer resident. It is extremely difficult to cope with them, even if there are special tools and means on the farm. Hateful pest plants will brazenly defend their right to be near cultivated plants to the last. Sometimes, in order to cope with the weed, you have to use really drastic measures.
The most surprising thing is that most summer residents do not know what a wonderful "folk" remedy for weeds now and then falls into their hands. Most owners simply get rid of this liquid, considering it frankly useless. What are we talking about? We are talking about furnace condensate. Those who already have a solid fuel boiler in their dacha should know perfectly well what kind of substance it is. It is collected from the chimney. In one winter alone, a very decent amount of it runs up.
As already noted, most summer residents simply pour out the stove condensate, considering it a thing that is in no way applicable in the household. In fact, this is not at all the case. If you drain the condensate into cans and store until the cherished hour "X", then later it can be used as a fairly effective remedy for weeds.
What is the power of furnace condensate? The fact that it contains a large amount of harmful substances for vegetation. In particular, it contains a huge amount of sulfur. All you have to do (besides collecting and storing the condensate) is to spill as much of it as possible in the area where you want to remove the weeds. In this case, take into account the fact that the condensate should be cleaned from all living vegetation!
After applying the processing, the plants will begin to wither, wither and turn yellow. After 3-4 days, the weeds will die, and after a while they will turn into hay. This tool is recommended to be used in limited quantities and pointwise, to eliminate the most problematic pest plants on the site. It should also be added that condensate can be stored in a closed container for many months without losing the properties of the latter.
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