When it comes to survival and prepping, especially out in the wilderness, we tend to often work alongside or rely on nature. From the resources it has to offer to the shelter and protection it can provide, there are so many benefits we can acquire from nature itself. It’s no wonder that wilderness survival is so successful if you take fewer items and live off the land!
Obviously, nature is extremely helpful and beneficial in many cases. Few things can’t be solved or helped by something natural. However, nature also has its fair share of obstacles, dangers, and challenges for us.
Of course, there’s the very blatant natural disasters and wild animals that are very large natural threats. However, nature can also affect and bother us on a much smaller and less deadly skill. It’s something we rarely see as an actual threat but can damage our gardens.
What am I talking about? Weeds and other invasive plants, of course! There are a plethora of annoying and invasive plants out there that simply cause trouble for the ones we’ve planted. And that’s not good, especially if you’re relying on your garden as a food source.
However, no need to worry any longer! There’s a simple herbicide you can make out there, and it’s all natural. So, to learn how to make this awesome weed killer, check out the next page.
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