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March 26, 20170 found this helpful

Although found this...Bleach, or sodium hypochlorite, has a pH of around 11, which means it can raise the pH of your soil, and this may damage valuable plants. Application of bleach to kill weeds also adds sodium to the soil, and this can make it difficult to grow plants in areas of your landscape treated with bleach. Vinegar, on the other hand, is a natural weed killer that does not negatively affect the soil. http://homeguid … negar-42435.html So personally I'd stick with the vinegar if you think you want to grow something there later.

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