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by Krystal Miller
Weeds are a problem for many gardeners, and, while toxic chemicals are available to kill the weeds, some are expensive. Before dishing out money on these chemicals, try a few home remedies to kill the weeds. From boiling water to bleach, you can find most of these products in your home right now. If...
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