Vinegar for weed control
First time posting in a while - still a relatively novice vegetable gardener down here in Miami, growing some selected veggies in a few raised bed gardens. And I've got a bit of a weed problem.
Not in the beds, which are pretty well mulched with hay - but in the mulch path between the beds. I guess enough weed seeds are getting blown into the mulch that they're rooting in the mulch itself (there's landscape fabric underneath). I pull 'em out by hand now, but it's a bit annoying to do that frequently.
A friend suggested zapping them with vinegar (with a small amount of soap added) - that will fry the weeds, and shouldn't get into the raised beds adjacent to them. Still, I'm finally starting to get some positive results out of my garden (except the tomatoes, blast them), and I don't want to fry my other veggies. Any thoughts on whether it's a good idea to try this?