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May 09, 2008

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MB Whitcomb

Thank you for this. People...please educate yourself on potential harmful effects before adding something new to your environment.

http://beyondpesticides.org/infoservices/pesticidefactsheets/leasttoxic/boricacid_borates_borax.php

Stuart

It is a tricky subject. I'll email you directly.

John Barnicle

Looking for help to eliminate bentgrass. Any suggestions?

Jen

Is this safe for children and dogs who play in the yard?
How long is the wait time if not?
Thanks for the great post!

Marchell

Do you know how to get rid of chicweed?

Jackie

My backyard has lots of creeping Charlie and I've not found anything to rid it besides pulling by hand. Will def have to give this a try.

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Oh wow. Most people would say that Borax is only beneficial for laundry and cosmetics. So it can be used against weeds too, huh. A lot are having a hard time with weeds on their lawn. Some would even think of looking for em tediously and taking em out manually. Yeah, thats going to eat a lot of time. At least this methods a lot faster. You still have to mind the amount of Borax that you spray though.
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Gail Connick

Oh wow. Most people would say that Borax is only beneficial for laundry and cosmetics. So it can be used against weeds too, huh. A lot are having a hard time with weeds on their lawn. Some would even think of looking for 'em tediously and taking 'em out manually. Yeah, that's going to eat a lot of time. At least this method's a lot faster. You still have to mind the amount of Borax that you spray though.

Bob McCracken

Thank you for the information on controling ground ivy, I will give it a try. However, in additon to ground ivy being in my grass I also have several areas of clover. I have tried weed killer, but it just leaves bare spots in my lawn where the clover was growing. Is there any method of killing the clover other than the use of weed killer? Thank you!

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