Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is commonly used as a baking ingredient for making bread, cookies, muffins, etc.
Yes, it can kill crabgrass. All thanks to its phytotoxic properties, which slow the germination of seeds and growth of plants. This also leads to damaging effects on leaves, causing the plant to lose moisture quickly.
Yes, baking soda dries and kills crabgrass permanently by targeting crabgrass at its central root while drying it up. It’s best to attack the weeds early because they’re easier to control than mature ones.
- Wet the Crabgrass - Cover Surrounding Plants - Apply a Good Dose of Baking Soda - Allow Baking Soda to Sit - Discard Dead Crabgrass - Reseed Patch Areas on Lawn - Mow New Grass