Weeds are specialized plants that are efficient at growing and multiplying. In areas where other plant life such as grass or moss is not present, weeds have a much easier task. When controlling weeds in large areas, consistency is the key, as the area should be maintained on a monthly basis to prevent new weeds from forming.
Combine one part vinegar, eight parts water, and one part gin in a 20-gallon spray bottle.
Pressurize the spray bottle by pumping its air intake lever.
Spray down the entire area with the mixture, applying heavier amounts directly onto weeds' root systems.
Re-apply monthly to keep the soil at an acidic level that is hostile to weeds.