What Tools Do I Need?
Creating a Barrier
You’ll need to have everything that you need before this process begins.
Let’s start with first priorities first. Gravel driveways have become a growing trend in designing our houses to make them stand out across the neighborhood. Having a gravel driveways looks better. Not to mention, people can really get used to that crunching noise when visitors come up the driveway. Let’s look into a few more positives behind the gravel driveway.
Use your muscles when digging into all that soil. Another piece of advice is that you should never do this process alone. That’s right, you could pull a muscle in your back if you’re bending over too much. With the help of a second hand, you can have someone else do the second half of the pebble driveway.
I found the best and easiest way to kill weeds growing in gravel was to use weed killers containing Glyphosate. they kill the whole plant including the roots. It kills annual and deep-rooted perennial garden weeds, including grass, docks, nettles, willow herb, dandelion and bindweed in one application with no need to reapply. A single two Litre bottle treats up to 3332 sq/m. If you are clearing just a small area store it in your shed for next season.
The best and easiest way to kill weeds growing in gravel.
full application instructions and dilution rates come with it.
Weeding gravel by hand.
Pros; simply use ordinary full strength vinegar, white is best, although any vinegar will work. Vinegar is effective and will kill the weeds, but does not discriminate so be sure not to spray it on or near plants you wish to keep.