Vinegar to kill weeds, a new question I think.
Sporadically someone suggests that vinegar can be used to kill weeds and someone explains that it may only kill the plant above ground and the roots will put out a new plant.
We had measurable rainfall in the Western Great Basin. One station reported 0.06 inches [The Western slopes got real rain. Reno reported over an inch.]. So areas of bare desert beside the house have suddenly sprouted thousands of weeds. By the time I arrange transportation to town and buy some vinegar and a sprayer these little buggers will have true leaves and it will be too late. So the question is hypothetical.
Here is the new question, I think. If one sprays the new plant which has just cotyledons with vinegar would it kill the whole plant?