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Weed Control | Corn Gluten Meal



The organic weed control we know as corn gluten meal has been around for several years now. Corn gluten meal is used organically to control sprouting garden weeds. It will not suppress established weeds. Corn gluten meal works by drying out emerging weed seedlings as soon as they begin to grow. Corn gluten meal will work for about 4 - 6 weeks before reapplication is needed. Length of time between applications of corn gluten meal will depend on the weather conditions and amount being applied. We have several gravel walks and paths that we use corn gluten meal on and it works perfectly for us. Very rarely will a weed get established in the gravel walks. So if you want to keep weeds from growing in your gravel and even your garden beds, corn gluten meal is your answer.







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