apple cider vinegar - fungus control?

PoorOwner(Northern CA)July 9, 2008

Hi, can I use Apple cider vinegar to attempt to control what looks like to be fungus here. The cause is being addressed (too much water and not enough sun to dry out in this part of the lawn). I heard apple cider vinegar has a fungicide effect, at what dilution rate is good to spray this area?

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Im not sure why apple cider vinegar would control a fungus.
In fact straight vinegar has herbicidal qualities.

In your case I'd stick with compost tea or cornmeal.

    Bookmark   July 10, 2008 at 7:14PM
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