15 August 2010

Beat bindii the easy way

On my way to the letterbox the other day I noticed a patch of bindii in the front lawn.  It's been so cold and wet that they took me by surprise, but they won't be there for long.  To rid your lawn of bindii use a solution of two tablespoons iron sulphate to four litres of water. Spray liberally. The weeds will die and your lawn should start to look lush and green, growing over the bare patch left by the dead bindii. Where gloves and old clothes as iron sulphate will stain anything it comes in contact with.

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