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How to Fertilize Plants With Apple-Cider Vinegar

by Stephanie Rempe
Plants that thrive in acidic soils such as rhododendrons, azaleas and gardenias will benefit from the use of apple-cider vinegar as fertilizer. Acid-loving plants need soil with a pH level of 4.0 to 5.0 to thrive. The pH, or level of acid and alkaline in the soil, is important, as it determines the ...
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Scarlet Koop • 1 year ago

How to Fertilize Plants With Apple-Cider Vinegar

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