Baking soda yields similar results to salt and it is great on pesky weeds – especially those growing on patios or driveways.
However, just as with salt, avoid using it directly on the grass.
All you need is one teaspoon per weed to coat the tire plant, paying particular attention to hit the stem.
Weeds need light and warm soil to survive, so layering mulch with newspapers or cardboard to block their access to sunlight is a great way to kill weeds.
This method can also help stop future weeds cropping in the next year and beyond.